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    The Cinematic Extravagance: Kiran Rao’s Most Expensive Productions

    This Bollywood star wears many hats, including producer, screenwriter, and director. With the kind of films she has made up to this point, Kiran Rao has carved out a place for herself in the industry by consistently supporting important stories. Kiran Rao has consistently supported strong films that starred her ex-husband, whether it was the Aamir Khan vehicle Dhobi Ghat or his most recent film Laal Singh Chaddha. But now that her film, Laapataa Ladies, is almost ready to hit theaters, she’s taking over as director.

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    This humorous film, directed by Kiran Rao and produced by Aamir Khan Productions, is slated for release on March 8th. It tells the story of a newlywed who loses his spouse while returning home by train. This is one of the most anticipated movies to open in theaters this week because it will be her second time directing a picture. Before her magic is seen on the big screen, though, here’s a list of Kiran Rao’s most costly films that are still worth seeing.

    The Opulent Creations: Kiran Rao’s Top 6 Expensive Productions

    Kiran Rao began her career in film as an assistant director, collaborating with Ashutosh Gowariker on films such as Lagaan (2001), starring Aamir Khan, and Swades: We, the People (2004), starring Shah Rukh Khan. She also worked with Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Mira Nair on the independent blockbuster Monsoon Wedding in 2001. View the list of films that Kiran Rao has produced.

    1. Dhobi Ghat

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    The film, which is set in the vibrant metropolis of Mumbai, weaves together the lives of four characters from various backgrounds. Arun (Aamir Khan), an aloof artist; Munna (Prateik Babbar), a washerman (dhobi); Shai (Monica Dogra), a wealthy investment banker; and Yasmin (Kriti Malhotra), a recentlywed from a rural town, are the main characters of the story. Unexpectedly coming into each other’s paths causes them to reflect, connect, and uncover new aspects of themselves. The movie looks at issues like identity, loneliness, and trying to find purpose in a big, complicated city.

    Budget of the film: INR 13 crore

    2. Delhi Belly

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    The film centers on three Delhi flatmates: Nitin Berry (Kunaal Roy Kapur), Arup Rather (Vir Das), and Tasi Lhatoo (Imraan Khan), whose lives spiral out of control after they unintentionally get entangled in a smuggling ring. A parcel carrying drugs gets mixed up, sending them on a ridiculous and dangerous excursion through the underbelly of the city.

    Budget of the film: INR 23 crore

    3. Talaash

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    The narrative centers on Inspector Surjan Singh Shekhawat (Aamir Khan), who is looking into the unexplained death of a well-known actor. Shekhawat wrestles with his own inner demons and his anguish over the death of his little son as he digs more into the case. He meets mysterious prostitute Rosie (Kareena Kapoor) along the road, and her presence adds more levels of interest to the investigation.

    Budget of the film: INR 50 crore

    4. Dangal

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    The movie is based on the real life of wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat and his daughters, Babita Kumari and Geeta Phogat, who train under him to become elite wrestlers. Dangal, which is set in the traditional state of Haryana, explores gender stereotypes and honours tenacity and will.

    Budget of the film: INR 70 crore

    5. Secret Superstar

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    The movie centers on Insia Malik (Zaira Khan), a teenage girl from Vadodara who comes from a traditional Muslim family. Her aspiration is to become a singer. Under a false identity, Insia subtly follows her passion for singing by sharing videos of herself singing online, even in the face of criticism from her father and social conventions. She overcomes all obstacles by navigating the difficulties of popularity and self-expression with the aid of a sympathetic music producer named Shakti Kumar (Aamir Khan).

    Budget of the film: INR 15 crore

    6. Laal Singh Chaddha

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    The movie was a formal reimagining of the classic Hollywood production Forrest Gump. It chronicles the life of Laal Singh Chaddha (Aamir Khan), a low IQ man who is simple-minded but kind-hearted. In the midst of momentous historical occurrences, Chaddha inadvertently finds himself affecting the lives of people around him. During a train ride, he tells these fables, drawing attention from the people seated next to him.

    Budget of the film: INR 180 crore

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