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Tera Mera Vaada
Theatrical release poster
Directed byBhaal Singh Balhara
Produced byRavinder Singh JD
Jashandeep Singh JD
Ankit Balhara
Neetu Naval Singh
Edited byMahfooz Khan
Music bySanchit Balhara
Distributed byJD Films Entertainment Pvt Ldt
Release date
  • 29 June 2012 (2012-06-29)

Tera Mera Vaada is a 2012 Haryanvi language film from India [1] that was directed by Bhaal Singh Balhara and produced by Ravinder Singh JD.

Tera Mera Vaada stars Ankit Balhara and Neetu Naval Singh.[2] The movie trailer was released on 8 June 2012 and the film was released on 29 June 2012. The film was shot within 45 days.


Tera Mera Vaada starts with freshmen students living their new college life. Abhimanyu Dahiya(Ankit Balhara) comes from a village of Haryana to study in the city. He is the only child of his village head. Meenal(Neetu Singh)is a modern girl whose father(Shamsher Singh) is a high-ranking police officer in Haryana. They start dating but are continuously nagged by Vicky, who is their college mate. In one instance, Vicky tries to molest Neetu, when Abhimanyu rescues her bravely. From that point onwards, Abhimanyu and Vicky become enemies. The movie goes on around their college life till interval.

Abhimanyu studies hard and gets selected for a good post in Haryana Police. Working under Meenal's father, he tries to eliminate crime from the streets of Haryana. Then comes Lucky Raam(Vicky's father), who is a local goon and produces fake ghee(edible oil) and poisonous liquor. Abhimanyu, as a true police officer, starts to destroy the son-father duo's illegal business. He then arrests Vicky with his consignment of fake ghee but was released on bail later. Somehow, Vicky manages some video clip of Meenal having indecent content. He threatens Shamsher Singh to stop Abhimanyu from catching their supply else this video will surface on the Internet. Shamsher Singh tells Meenal not to see Abhimanyu anymore. Startled by her strange behaviour, Abhimanyu couldn't understand what's going on with her. Vicky's business starts to flourish again. 37 people die due to consumption of liquor supplied by Vicky. When they lost the video clip, they kidnap Meenal and threaten Shamsher Singh to kill her, if he doesn't stop Abhimanyu from arresting them. Later on, Abhimanyu rescues her and they get married.

Haryanvi culture is introduced in the movie with the modern-ship of youngsters. It is the first Haryanvi movie in which music is given by foreign artists.[3]


The music for Tera Mera Vaada was composed by Sanchit Balhara and foreign artists of England.[3] The tracklist has seven tracks and features singers Ankit Balhara and Antara Mitra. The soundtrack received positive reviews.


  1. ^ "Haryanvi Film-Tera Mera Vaada". Archived from the original on 28 December 2012. Retrieved 25 June 2012.
  2. ^ "Haryana government has decided to exempt Haryanavi films from entertainment tax and provide". Expose India Live. 17 October 2011. Retrieved 24 July 2012.
  3. ^ a b Pawan Sonti (8 June 2012). "AWAAJ SAMACHAR: Music Release of Haryanvi Film "Tera Mera Vaada" भाल सिंह बल्हारा जी की नई फिल्म के बारे में विस्तृत समाचार यहाँ पढ़ें". Retrieved 24 July 2012.