One thing that is usually common about celebrities, is their expensive taste in fashion. It’s not just their daily lives that give us an insight into the big bucks they spend on clothes, but also the movies that they have worked in – usually encompassing costumes that come with a hefty price tag. Indian Cinema, besides producing high-budget movies, has also justified the fact that costumes do play a big role in the making of a movie. Here are six actors who donned outrageously expensive outfits in movies.
1. Shah Rukh Khan In Ra.One
Ra. One was made on a budget of Rs 130 Crores and King Khan knocked it out of the park by wearing the most expensive attire in this film. The robotic suit featured in the movie was worth Rs 4.5 crores approximately.
2. Akshay Kumar In Singh Is Bliing
Akshay Kumar in Singh Is Bliing was seen acing draped tunics in subtle tones with asymmetric jackets and dhotis. The interesting play of embellishments and accessories, made his attire stand out in the movie. The poster of the movie looks thronged with gold all over and Akshay wore a turban made of pure gold (reportedly) that was worth Rs 65 lakhs.
3. Salman Khan In Veer
Speaking of Salman Khan, he wore super expensive armours for the movie Veer, and also worked on its script. He wore six of them and each came at a whopping price of Rs 20 lakhs approximately.
4. Hrithik Roshan In Jodhaa Akbar
When you work in a period drama, essaying the role of an Emperor is definitely not as easy. Director Ashutosh Gowariker spent plenty of money on the making of this movie and also on the costumes. It is said that each magnificent attire donned by Hrithik Roshan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, costed Rs 2 Lakhs approximately.
5. Vivek Oberoi In Prince
The makers of Prince didn’t shy away while dropping a hefty amount on Vivek Oberoi’s edgy leather jacket. He wore six different jackets in the entire film and the cost of each jacket summed up to Rs 30,000 approximately.
6. Rajinikanth In Robot
The superstar from down south, Rajinikanth has also worn extravagant outfits in the movie Robot. Just like making a film with the star is not a cheap deal, even the costumes designed by Manish Malhotra and international designer Mary E.Vogt came at a hefty cost of Rs 3 Crores approximately for Thalaiva.
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