Amar Mohile is a Bollywood music composer and the son of the late Anil Mohile, a music composer and arranger. He was born on June 9, 1975 in Mumbai, India. He started training in piano at the age of 9, under the guidance of Robert Correa. After four years, he formally ventures into the music industry and embarked on several projects as a keyboardist, arranger, and a programmer for prominent music directors like
Ravindra Jain, Anand Milind,
Anand Raj Anand, Nadeem Shravan,
Rajesh Roshan, and more. In 2002, Ram Gopal Varma’s neo-noir road film enticed him to join the background score composition industry.
He even bagged a Zee Cine Awards nomination for Best Background Score for his work in this film. In the same year, he started to score music for films with Ajay Phansekar’s Bollywood film, Encounter: The Killing. This was followed by several films like Agyaat (2009), Chase (2010), Land Gold Women (2011), Singham (2011),
Hate Story (2012), Zanjeer (2013), The Attacks of 26/11 (2013), 1920: The Evil Returns (2013),
Ragini MMS 2 (2014), MSG: The Messenger (2015), Dilwale (2015), 1920 London (2016), and many more.
He also composed music for Ram Gopal Varma’s Indian crime film, Satya 2, in 2013. He established his own studio in Mumbai in 2005 and focused on crooning new sounds. His work in Ram Gopal Varma’s political crime thriller film, Sarkar (2005) and its sequel,
Sarkar Raj (2008), won him accolades and nominations at the Star Screen Awards. In 2016, Amar earned nominations at the Sahyadri Cine Awards and Maharashtra State Film Awards for scoring music in the 2015 Marathi musical drama film, Ek Tara. In 2010, he started his own music label called Bonaventure Records.