From 'Hiramandi' brothel worth Rs 12 crores to Sheeshmahal worth Rs 145 crores, these 5 sets were made by Sanjay Leela Bhansali who spent crores of rupees on making them. - Newztezz - Latest News Today, Breaking News, Top News Headlines, Latest Sports News


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From 'Hiramandi' brothel worth Rs 12 crores to Sheeshmahal worth Rs 145 crores, these 5 sets were made by Sanjay Leela Bhansali who spent crores of rupees on making them.


 Sanjay Leela Bhansali: Whenever we talk about the famous Hindi film director Sanjay Leela Bhansali, it would not be fair if we do not mention his grand and magnificent sets. In his films, Sanjay Leela Bhansali builds such expensive sets in search of perfection that the cost of his sets itself becomes a headline. Today we are going to tell you about those five sets whose costing will leave you stunned.


Before the release of this film on January 25, 2018, there was so much controversy that thousands of people took to the streets… The entire film, from the costumes to the sets depicting grandeur, were so creative that people liked this film very much. Was. It is said that earlier Sanjay Leela Bhansali was going to shoot this film in Chittorgarh Fort of Rajasthan, but people protested a lot and sets worth lakhs were broken, after which Bhansali shifted that fort to Mumbai. Just got it recreated. Due to the expenditure of crores on the sets of the film, the budget of this film had crossed 200 crores.

2. Bullets Rasleela Ram-Leela

This super hit film of Ranbir Singh and Deepika Padukone was released in 2013. There was a song in the film 'Nagada Sang Dhol'. In this song, Deepika had to dance in the courtyard of a mansion wearing a thirty kg lehenga, and the set made for this song was the most expensive set made for any film in Mumbai. Regarding this set, it is also said that Sanjay Leela Bhansali, along with his team of some people, had searched for a special location for many months to build this set.

3. Bajirao Mastani

Even the audience was surprised after watching this film of Sanjay Leela Bhansali, because every set of the film was worked on with great detail due to which every building shown in the film looked absolutely real. Bhansali had built a second Sheesh Mahal for this film. It took about 35 days to build the set of Aaina Mahal shown in the film, while the 20 thousand mirrors used on this set were brought from Jaipur. Also, the Shaniwar Wada shown in the film was the biggest set of the film which took 45 days to build. According to reports, 45,000 wooden planks and hand-carved wood were used to make this set.

4. Devdas

Released in 2005, it is a sample of many of the best works of Devdas Bhansali (Sanjay Leela Bhansali). It is said that Bhansali was doing a lot of work on the sets in this film, he was only focusing on perfection in this film. This was also the reason why everything from Paro's mansion to Chandramukhi's brothel looked perfect. According to reports, it is said that Chandramukhi's house was built on the banks of an artificial river, in which Rs 12 crores were spent and Rs 3 crores were spent for the entire mansion of Paro.

5. Saawariya

Ranbir Kapoor and Soonam Kapoor made their debut in this film released in 2007. This film made in 45 crores may have earned only 39.22 crores, but the sets of this film impressed people a lot. It is said that most of the sets of the film were inspired by paintings, mainly Kashmiri and Rajasthan paintings. It is also said that Bhansali (Sanjay Leela Bhansali) had also made the scenes of this film by taking inspiration from the work of famous artist Vincent Van Gogh.

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