Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22

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Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22
Tu Mera 22 Me Tera 22 Poster.jpg
Directed by Amit Prasher
Produced by J.S. Kataria
Gunbir Singh Sidhu
Hansraj Railhan
Pooja Singh
Written by Dheeraj Rattan
Starring Amrinder Gill
Yo Yo Honey Singh
Mandy Takhar
Wamiqa Gabbi
Music by Yo Yo Honey Singh
Cinematography Dheeraj Ratan
Edited by Manish More
Distributed by White Hill Studio
Release date
  • 25 January 2013 (2013-01-25)
Country India
Language Punjabi

Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22 (English translation: You're my brother & I'm your brother) is a Punjabi comedy film directed by Amit Prasher. The film features Amrinder Gill and Yo Yo Honey Singh in the lead roles as two spoiled rich brothers, alongside Mandy Takhar.[1] The film released on 25 January 2013, and did good business at the box office, completing verdict of "semi-hit".


The story unfolds in Melbourne, Australia with two spoiled rich brothers and best friends Robby (Amrinder Gill), and Rolly (Honey Singh). Their businessman father is worried about the future of his irresponsible sons so he strikes a deal with them, by throwing the brats out of his house and sending them to Punjab so that they can understand the realities of life and importance of their roots and heritage. The film is about how these two spoiled brothers arrive in Punjab and learn to live with the struggle, whilst being challenged by their father to come up with Rs.30 lakhs in 30 days in order to inherit his wealth. Otherwise the wealth would be transferred to charity which would be maintained by their father's secretary.


Mazhar Hussain Mangnejo as Hussain Khan


Music of this movie was released on 15 December 2012[2]


Ballewood.in has given 4 (out of 5) stars to the movie saying, that the movie is meant for those who are looking for non-stop entertainment and heavy doses of laughter. "Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22 is a winner all the way. A sure-shot Hit." Ballewood.in has also praised the director Amit Prasher for presenting a comedy in a sensible way.[3]

Punjabiportal.com gave the film an above average rating of 35 out of 45. According to them, the film "is good and it will do fine on box office as well, but the complaint is that if they had done it better, it had all the ingredients of making into a huge hit of 2013." Supporting act of Binnu Dhillon has been praised once again, so much so that "the lead cast has to be the lead cast, but in Tu Mera 22, the supporting cast is overshadowing the lead."[4]

According to updatesguru. 1st Day, 2nd Day and 3rd Day Box Office Collection of Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22. First Day (Friday) Collection of Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22:- Rs 36 Lakhs Second Day (Saturday) Collection of Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22:- Rs 48 lakhs Third Day (Sunday) Collection of Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22 :- 55 lakhs (Est.)

Track list[edit]

Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22 (Music Album)
Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22 Music CD Cover.jpg
Soundtrack album by Honey Singh, Amrinder Gill, Mika Singh, Master Saleem
Released 15 December 2012
Genre Film soundtrack
Length 0:27:42
Label Speed Records
Producer Ruby & Dinesh

All lyrics written by Alfaaz,Rakesh; all music composed by Yo Yo Honey Singh.

Track Listing
No. Title Writer(s) Artist Length
1. "Tu Mera 22 Mein Tera 22"   Yo Yo Honey Singh 00:02:51
2. "Main Naiyo Jaana"   Amrinder Gill 00:03:55
3. "Baby This Baby That"   Mika Singh 00:03:12
4. "Wakh"   Amrinder Gill 00:05:10
5. "Dance To the Beat"   Amrinder Gill 00:03:32
6. "Maula Jaane"   Amrinder Gill 00:05:20
7. "Horan Naal Nachdi" Rose husan Master Saleem 00:03:42
Total length: 00:27:42

2014 PTC Punjabi Film Awards[edit]

Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22 won two Awards at the PTC Punjabi Film Awards in 2014.

Category Winner's Name
Best Performance in a Comic Role B.N. Sharma
Best Popular Song of the Year Amrinder Gill for Wakh


  1. ^ "Tu Mera 22 Mein Tera 22". CinePunjab.com. cinepunjab.com. 
  2. ^ Tu mera 22 Main Tera 22 on itunes
  3. ^ "Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22 Review". Ballewood. Retrieved 25 January 2013.  |first1= missing |last1= in Authors list (help)
  4. ^ "Tu Mera Bai Review". punjabiportal.com. punjabiportal.com. Retrieved 2013-01-26.