Watch Dr.Vishnuvardhan & Shruthi| playing lead role from the film Time Bomb Also starring Tiger Prabhakar, and Devaraj in Srs Media Vision Full Movie Channel..!!!
For More info:
Film: TIME BOMB
Starcast: DR.VISHNUVARDHAN, SHRUTHI, TIGER PRABHAKAR
Music : HAMSALEKHA
Director: JOE SIMON
Producer: N. UTTHAMCHAND JAIN
Banner: KOUSHALYA FILMS
01. Ee Bombat Bombe
02. Mutthina Butti Kattikondu
03. Alli Bombu Illi Bombu
04. Guyya Guyya
05. Jumma Jumma
Singers: S.P.Balasubramanyam , Chitra
Vishnuvardhan (born Sampath Kumar 18 September 1950 – 30 December 2009), was an Indian film actor known for his works predominantly in Kannada cinema.He has appeared in over 200 films in Kannada, Hindi, Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam. He was called ‘The Phoenix of Indian Cinema’. He made his debut in the 1972 film, Vamsha Vriksha, in a supporting role. The same year he played the lead role in Puttanna Kanagal’s Naagarahaavu, and was recognized as the Angry young man of Kannada cinema. He has played a variety of roles in different genres.
Vishnuvardhan was born in Mysore to H. L. Narayana Rao and Kamakshamma. His ancestors are from Hallegere, Mandya district of Karnataka. His father was an artist, music composer and a scriptwriter who was known for his collection of musical instruments. His sister Rama was a Kathak dancer at the Mysore Palace. He had six siblings. He was educated first in Mysore’s Gopalswamy School and then at Bangalore’s Kannada Model High School. He attended high school and obtained a degree from National College, Basavanagudi, Bangalore
Vishnuvardhan married actress Bharathi on 17 February 1975 in Bangalore. They have adopted two children, Keerthi and Chandana. Vishnuvardhan started his career with the National Award-winning movie Vamshavruksha (1972) directed by Girish Karnad based on the novel written by S. L. Bhyrappa. His first lead role was in Naagarahaavu, directed by Puttanna Kanagal and based on a novel by T. R. Subba Rao. It was the first in Kannada film history to complete 100 days in three main theatres of Bangalore. In his 35-year career, he has played a variety of roles in more than 200 films.
S. P. Balasubrahmanyam is record-holder for having sung more than 40,000 songs in Indian languages including Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, and Hindi. SPB’s voice suited Vishnuvardhan, and people felt it was a perfect combination. He started singing for Vishnuvardhan in the 1972 film Naagarahaavu. Vishnuvardhan never missed any of the birthdays of S. P. Balasubrahmanyam. In every film of the actor, he had to sing couple of songs and Vishnu would insist. Balasubrahmanyam has sung all the five songs in his last Kannada film. Aptharakshaka and was awarded the Best Playback Singer Filmfare Award for the song Gharane Ghara Gharane. He dedicated his award to Vishnuvardhan. After Vishnuvardhan’s death, Balasubrahmanyam paid tribute to him in musical nights and one such show happened in Bengaluru and Mysuru.
He started singing in movies occasionally and later went on to singing devotional songs for albums. The first song he sang was in the movie Nagarahole and he has recorded some duet songs with the notable legendary singers S. Janaki and P. Susheela. The first devotional album sung by him was on Lord Ayappa and the title of the album was Jyothiroopa Ayappa. His other albums were “Thayi Bhanashankari” (on goddess Banashankari) and Vishwapremi Ayappa. He also sang devotional songs on Dharmastala’s Lord Manjunathaswamy, Malemadeshwara and Ranachandi Chamundi
VISIT OUR OTHER CHANNELS:-
SRS Media Vision | Kannada Full Movies:
SRS Media Vision Entertainment:
SRS Media Vision Kannada Comedy:
SRS Media Vision Sandalwood Films:
SRS Media Vision Kannada: