Ram Sampath is an Indian music producer and composer. After a brief stint as a composer for an advertising agency in Mumbai, Ram Sampath went on to compose music albums before venturing into the Bollywood industry. Ram was born in and brought up in Mumbai. Although cultures divided his parents, they were brought together by their inclination for music which has been reflected in their celebrity son.

After completing his schooling in Mumbai, Ram went on to study commerce in the famed Podar College in Mumbai. He was also a part of the rock band in his college which shows that his passion for music had manifested at a very young age. Ram started his career as a composer for advertisements. He has composed jingles for Airtel, Docomo, Thums Up, Pepsi and the Times of India.

His composition for films started with the 2003 English film Let’s Talk and then deepened into a series of Bollywood Movies. Ram has been the musician for some top notch Bollywood movies like Khakee, Family, Peepli Live, Game, Delhi Belly Click to look into! >> Read More... Delhi Belly , Talaash, and Fukrey. Fukrey claimed him a lot of accolades especially for the famed song Ambarasiya. He then went on to team up with an Australian brand INXS to add a desi flavor to their songs.

He also added yet another feather to his cap when he composed the title song for the acclaimed program Satyameva Jayate Click to look into! >> Read More... Satyameva Jayate hosted by the veteran Aamir Khan Aamir Khan or Mohammed Aamir Hussain Khan is Bolly >> Read More... Aamir Khan . He has also been a part of MTV Rock On as a judge. Apart from this, Ram has also composed quite a few music albums which include Loveology, Color Blind, Tanha Dil and Sona. Ram has been married to Sona Mohapatra Sona Mohapatra was born on 17th of June in 1976 at >> Read More... Sona Mohapatra , a singer whom he met while she was working as a brand manager with Marico. Post marriage in 2005, the couple have been residing in Mumbai. Having displayed promise, a lot of expectations lie on the shoulders of the growing music sensation.