|3||Thugs Of Hindostan||3,10,00,00,000|
What is the highest budget movie in India?
|Year||Title||Budget in INR (est.)|
|2015||Baahubali: The Beginning||₹180 crore (1.8 billion)|
|Prem Ratan Dhan Payo||₹180 crore (1.8 billion)|
|2017||Baahubali 2: The Conclusion||₹250 crore (2.5 billion)|
|2018||2.0||₹575 crore (5.75 billions)|
Which is the No 1 movie in the India?
Global gross figures
|2||1||Baahubali 2: The Conclusion|
Who is the best actor in India?
Who is highest paid actor in India?
In 2019, the Hindi film star Akshay Kumar was the highest-paid actor in India with his earnings valued at over 2900 million Indian rupees.
What was the most expensive movie flop?
The top 10 most expensive movie flops of all time
- King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword final trailer.
- Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas. This content is imported from YouTube. …
- John Carter. This content is imported from YouTube. …
- Monster Trucks. …
- Mars Needs Moms. …
- Titan AE. …
- The Lone Ranger. …
- 47 Ronin. …
What are the top 10 most expensive movies?
Poll: 20 Most Expensive Movies Ever Made
- Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (2006) …
- Waterworld (1995) …
- Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009) …
- Tangled (2010) …
- Spider-Man 3 (2007) …
- Titanic (1997) #3 $294.3 Million. …
- Cleopatra (1963) $339.5 Million. …
- Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (2007) #1 $341.8 Million.
Which is the biggest flop movies in India?
The 10 Most Expensive Bollywood Movies That Turned Into The Biggest Flops
- Saawariya, Rs 40 Crores. Image Credit: SLB Films. …
- Shaandaar, Rs 75 Crores. Image Credit: Phantom Films. …
- Kites, Rs 90 Crores. …
- Yuvraj, Rs 50 Crores. …
- Love Story 2050, Rs 60 Crores. …
- Tubelight, Rs 135 Crores. …
- Race 3, Rs 180 Crores. …
- Zero, Rs 200 Crores.
Which is the No 1 movie in world?
All Time Worldwide Box Office
|4||2015||Star Wars Ep. VII: The Force Awakens|
Which Indian movie has won Oscar?
(1988) and Lagaan (2001). In 1992, filmmaker Satyajit Ray was bestowed with an Honorary Academy Award, becoming the only Indian to date to receive the honour.
|Nominee(s)/recipient(s)||A. R. Rahman(music)|
|Category||Best Original Score|