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Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22 Punjabi Movie Download 2013


Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22  Punjabi Movie Download 2013

Posted By Admin    14-05-19   

Release Date: 25 January 2013 (India)
Director:  Amit Prasher
Genres: Comedy
Language: punjabi
Movie Quality: All Quality
Movie Size: All Sizes
Film Star:  Karamjit Anmol, Raghveer Boli, Binnu Dhillon

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Relentless stimulation and boundless giggling, pressed firmly in two hours-that is Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22 for you! It's unquestionably not for those faultfinders who are searching for 'important film' in a 'parody'. Or maybe, it's for the individuals who watch film for unadulterated fun! Proceed to watch Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22, an) on the off chance that you need to get transported to a world loaded with parody b) for the astonishing holding between Amrinder Gill and Yo Honey Singh, and c) to get your 'complete paisa wasool' ! For the individuals who lost expectations from Punjabi motion pictures subsequent to watching Saadi Love Story (discharged two weeks back), Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22 would give them enough motivations to begin to look all starry eyed at Punjabi film once more. What works is the throwing of the male leads, clever discoursed, tight altering, B.N. Sharma's appearance and obviously, our own one of a kind the 'naturally' satire ruler of Ballewood-Binnu Dhillon. The best part about the film is that it doesn't pursue the on-going pattern of the 'rom-coms'! Or maybe, it endeavors something marginally extraordinary. It recounts to the account of two siblings and their charming manly relationship! I am happy that the producers totally legitimized the title of the film with the real story. In spite of the fact that the sentimental parts are quite feeble, as there's not really any science between the male-female leads be that as it may, we wouldn't fret that as the focal point of the motion picture is the siblings and their senseless tricks. Fortunately, there's a fabulous holding between the characters of Honey Singh and Amrinder Gill whose on-screen adventures take the film to dizzier statures. The clever discoursed by Dheeraj Rattan are another solid territory which increases the effect of each succession. Robby (Amrinder Gill) and Rolly (Yo Honey Singh) are two siblings, settled in Australia, who can communicate in Punjabi well however totally detest the possibility of regularly arriving in Punjab. They trust in living jumbo, moving in bars, being a tease, spending touches of cash while never giving an idea with respect to how it is earned. To show them some genuine life exercises, their dad Brar Sahab (Shivender Mahal) chooses to send them to Punjab and gives them an errand of gaining Rs. 30 lakh in a month. The show starts when the two brothers, who after passionate extorting, arguing and asking like infants, neglect to persuade their dad to surrender sending them to Punjab, in the long run, land in the midst of the place where they grew up Jalandhar. Their activity pressed "welcome to Punjab" had the gathering of people in parts of giggling. After coming to Jalandhar, they discover that their tribal house is made into a PG by their guardian Ustaad ji (Binnu Dhillon) (despite the fact that Ustaad ji presents himself as the proprietor of that haveli to every one of the young ladies remaining as paying visitors there). Binnu's Ustaad ji's job, demonstrates by and by, that he is really the 'ustaad' of satire! The two courageous women (Mandy Takhar and Wamiqa Gabbi ) have justifiably, got not a lot to do in a film like this yet at the same time, Mandy (Simmi-the sentimental enthusiasm of Robby) does well in improving the fabulousness remainder of Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22. Wamiqa, then again, awes with her job as the 'desi Punjabi kudi' (Mini who falls for Rolly). I loved the articulations that she gives when Honey Singh doesn't give her much 'bhaav' when she stands up to him in a western clothing. Amit Prasher takes care of business in his directorial debut. He ensures, that the film is both humorous and reasonable in the meantime. He effectively expedited screen a content that other than being amazingly funny, additionally has some social components sprinkled all over. For example, the issue of illicit drug use was portrayed dependably without ruining the fun mind set all through the motion picture. Any drawbacks? Indeed. The film finished ABRUPTLY. In spite of the fact that as I said before, the attention was on the siblings and not their romantic tales, yet on the off chance that you've really proceeded to build up some romantic tales there, at that point total them as well! Simply showing a cool realistic at last telling who married whom, isn't sufficient, as I would like to think. In any event they could've demonstrated the 'fix up' of Robby and Simmi! That wouldn't have taken a ton of screen time I presume. It appeared as though the executive totally overlooked those two and afterward recollected that them simply in the wake of completing the motion picture , which clarifies the exaggeration realistic at last. Be that as it may, truly, I adored the voice-over yonder: "Hasse mazaak ch film boycott gayi..mitraan de vyaah ho gaye"! Dheeraj Rattan's discoursed are magnificent. Exchanges like, "Primary baithan wali pressure lenda tu gedaa maaran wali strain le", "Bebe da godda te Baabe di Kidney", thus considerably more, were really clever. The whole awfulness grouping is positively the best. Yo Honey Singh completes a tremendous rebound after his job in Mirza. This job of a more youthful and mischievous sibling, appeared to be simply customized for him. What articulations does he give man! In certain cases, he sets the screen on fire with just his extraordinary outward appearances. His "sapp" demonstration was certainly amazing! I am certain this motion picture would launch his profession as an on-screen character to another dimension. Amrinder Gill has performed more than ever. His fans will just duplicate with this film. It's decent to see the difference in heart his character encounters towards the finish of the film and how wonderfully, he pulls it off. Nectar Singh merits additional recognition for the music he's created for the film. Each melody is a chartbuster and even the cinematography is amazing. Ensembles of both Amrinder and Honey are sharp. Mandy Takhar looks great as a result of the marvelous salwar kameezes she wears. She doesn't move well however. Wamiqa, whenever given substantial jobs ahead, can demonstrate to be a generally amazing entertainer for our Ballewood. Kamaljit Anmol (as the proprietor of Rangeela Punjab) is extremely interesting. Mukesh Vohra does well again as the hireling and fortunately, the chief gives him a chance to talk some best lines and gives him enough screen space. B.N. Sharma takes the show in the peak in his visitor appearance. Shivender Mahal (father of Robby and Rolly) is superb!













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