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What Is The Cheapest Bollywood Movie Ever Made?

by Ratan Srivastava
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Cheapest Bollywood Movie

Bollywood films have always received a lot of positive feedback from both domestic and foreign viewers. Now, with the upsurge of low budget movies being shot in authentic and real locations like prominent places such as Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. The films are gaining a lot of profit in the Box-office and from the critics as well. But, this trend of the Cheapest Bollywood Movie ever made was started from a well-known film that broke the stereotype of producing Big budget films.

Let’s take a look at the list of –

Cheapest Bollywood Movie ever made are

1. Bheja Fry (2007)

Cheapest Bollywood Movie

Bheja Fry was created on a shoestring budget of Rs 60 Lakhs only and grossed an impressive Rs. 8 crores at the box office. It grossed Rs. 18 crores globally. Sagar Ballary directed and Sunil Doshi produced this comedy. It’s inspired by the French film Le Diner de Cons (1998). It is known as the Cheapest Bollywood Movie made of all time with a successful record.

2. Vicky Donor (2012)

Cheapest Bollywood Movie

With its unique film title and narrative, Vicky Donor established a name for itself in the Indian media. Shoojit Sircar directed and produced this romantic comedy, which starred John Abraham. At the 60th National Film Awards, the film earned the National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment. Made on a Production budget of Rs. 5 Crores, the film managed to gross an impressive Rs. 66.32 Crores at the Box Office.

3. A Wednesday (2008)

A Wednesday (2008) Bollywood Movie Poster

Neeraj Pandey’s thriller A Wednesday was written and directed by him. At the 56th National Film Prizes, it received a number of awards, including the Indira Gandhi Award for Best Debut Film of a Director. The Tamil film ‘Unnaipol Oruvan,’ the Telegu film ‘Eenadu,’ and the American English film ‘A Common Man’ were all influenced by this film. The good aspect of the low-budget picture is that it was marketed through favourable word-of-mouth and critical praise. Made on a budget of Rs. 5 Crores, the film managed to a business of Rs 30 Crores domestically.

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