Dhurbajyoti Phukan is an Indian music composer and producer, popular amongst the audience for his work on the soundtracks of movies like Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, Barfi, Dhoom 3, Jab Harry Met Seghal, etc. Mostly known for his predominant involvement in the musical albums of Bollywood movies, he is also referred to as DJ Phukan. Born on 17th June 1964 in Dibrugarh, Assam to Atulananda Phukan, a civil engineer, and Amriya Phukan, a housewife, Dhurbajyoti took advantage of the musical atmosphere at his home to turn music into career. Both his mother and grandfather used to sing professionally.

He is currently married to singer Shaswati Phukan. After completing his schooling from Moran Higher Secondary School, he took admission in Cotton College, Guwahati but soon shifted to Arya Vidyapeeth College, Guwahati. In no time, he saw himself graduating from the Assam Engineering College with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. During the initial stages of his career, Dhurbajyoti assisted music directors like Bhupen Uzir and Sher Choudhri. In 1995, he was handed his first major breakthrough in the industry as a music arranger by Anand Raj Anand Anand Raj Anand was a Delhi based music director, >> Read More... Anand Raj Anand for the film Bandhan. After this film, Dhurbajyoti permanently shifted to Mumbai and his efforts earned him the title of DJ Phukan.

Over the years, he has worked with renowned names in the industry like Jeet Ganguly Jeet Ganguly is one of the most prominent and acti >> Read More... Jeet Ganguly , Ankit Tiwary, Meet Bros, Sajid-Wajid but the most precious project in his career which made him a recognized figure was Gangster (2006), where he worked alongside Pritam. Since then, he works as the chief of Pritam’s programming team. In 2012, he bagged the National Award for the Best Music director after he composed music for the short film Panchakki. Apart from this, he has won several other awards like Mirchi Music Award, Radio Mirchi Music Award, GiMA Award, etc. His latest project to hit the theatres was Ek Villain Click to look into! >> Read More... Ek Villain ."

Dheeraj Chaudhary Hindi Actor

Dheeraj Chaudhary

Dheeraj is a compositor in Bollywood. He is currently employed as Digital Compositor at prime Focus and Compositor at Red Chillies Entertainment. He was a VFX artist at Red Chillies VFX from December, 2010 to May, 2013. From 2009 to 2012, he worked as composer at redchillies.vfx. He was also a VFX artist from December 2008 to December 2010, at Future Works. He learnt animation from MIDDS (Meteor Institute of digital design studio). He did his schooling from DDBYTCO, from Nasik. He studied Chemistry from University of Pune. The composer is currently residing in Mumbai.Mr. Chaudhary got engaged and married on June 10 and June 18, 2015, respectively. He is born on 13 January. In 2010, Dheeraj was the digital rotoscope artist for Prince. The film stars Vivek Oberoi and is directed by Kookie Gulati. The movie displays high octane and futuristic gadgets and visuals. The same year, he worked in a Hollywood documentary, Jackass 3D. The director of the documentary is Jeff Tremaine. Dheeraj was the stereoscopic roto lead. In 2010, he was the compositor of the Sanjay Dutt,Irrfan Khan starrer Knock out. In December end, 2010, FutureWorks presented DI and VFX breakdown of the movie No Problem. AneezBazmee directed the film made under the banner of Eros Entertainment and Anil Kapoor Production. Dheeraj played the compositor for this film. He was the stereoscopic paint lead artist for Rob Letterman’s Gulliver’s Travels. He was also the digital rotoscope artist for season 2 of a Japanese TV series Clouds Over The Hill. He worked on four episodes of season 2 Hirose, this, Nichiro kaizen, Shiki, riku, and Nichiei doomed. His 2011 started with Michel Gondry’s The Green Hornet. He was part of the visual effect team which comprised over 300 members. He was the stereoscopic roto lead for the project. His next project was A Little Bit of Heaven, directed by Nicole Kassell. Dheeraj’s work as a digital compositor goes uncredited for this particular film. In Diwali 2011, he worked with Shah Rukh Khan for Ra.One, where he was the compositor of the movie. The same year, he was a stereoscopic rotoscopic artist and stereoscopic conversion for The Immortals. In 2012, his work started with Jab tak Hai Jaan as a compositor. After that, he also worked in a South Indian film which starred Kamal Hassan. He was the compositor from Redchillies.vfx in the team. He has also worked in many other Bollywood films. The compositor also was part of The Jungle Book. The VFX of the movie got an Oscar and Dheeraj was a part of the team.