@Faisal_Khan Given that your item weighs quite a bit and your declared value makes no sense, you will likely get charged a customs fee.
The customs fee is usually 29% of the declared value.
Btw, you should know, that a personal item under $200 is duty free but only if its sent via relatives etc. If the box itself says amazon or best buy with the return label of a company, you're toast.
Custom inspectors are not stupid. It is better to risk paying customs fee and declaring the item near a reasonable / believable value.
For instance your $469 drone could have been declared at $180 (to make it believable somewhat). Sure you'd pay more customs for it but then again, didnt you just pay Rs. 47,000 for it?
If customs people search for the price of your drone and find a value of 469 or 500 or 600 (whatever the value is being displayed in Google top results at the time) then you will end up paying far more than necessary.
And before you get surprised or upset with my reply, please know that given the number of packages I receive in a year I know customs and their procedures quite well.
Best of luck