|Directed by||Joe Simon|
|Written by||N. Utthamchand Jain|
|Produced by||N. Utthamchand Jain|
|Starring|| Vishnuvardhan |
|Edited by||Suresh Urs|
Time Bomb is a 1994 Indian Kannada-language action thriller film directed by Joe Simon and written and produced by N. Utthamchand Jain.The film starred Vishnuvardhan, Tiger Prabhakar Devaraj, Shruthi and Sowmya Kulkarni in the leading roles. The film's music is scored by Hamsalekha whilst the cinematography is by Johny Lal.
The film released on 4 February 1994 to mixed response from critics and audience.
The music of the film was composed and lyrics written by Hamsalekha. After release, the soundtrack was well received. Audio was released on Manoranjan Music label.
|1.||"Ee Bombat Bombe"||Hamsalekha|
|2.||"Mutthina Butti Kattikondu"||Hamsalekha|
|3.||"Alli Bombu Illi Bombu"||Hamsalekha|
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