Born in Bangalore, Karnataka, Dharmendra Vishakantaiahis an Indian music producer, composer, and songwriter. He has created music for Indian movies in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil and Kannada language. At the age of 8, he began his musical training from Pandith Sri Hemanth Kumar.
Age of 10, he started playing the violin at the concerts. Amid his days of Academic Technical training, he needed to break his melodic indulgence for a brief span. However, his energy for music did not fend off him from it for a long time. With comprehension of innovation and the development of music, he began music programming (sequencing) self-trained and before long known as the 'go to' individual for clarifications of technology in Music and helped numerous performers comprehend it.
In 1994, he connected with the band "PULSE" which made one of the early Hindi pop collections and likely the first couple of Hindi music recordings, produced by
, choreographed and directed by
and cinematography by Ashok Mehta.
The band split up in 1997 and the ideal opportunity for him to explore his ability. He began making jingles, programming music for background scoring, feature movies and so on. In speedy time, he was a standout amongst the most needed music developers and worked with Music Composers such as Harris Jairaj,
, V. Manohar,
, Guru Kiran,
in Bangalore, Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Chennai.
In 2002, Dharma worked as a musician in the Kannada film named Thuntata by IndrajitLankesh. Later, he became a music programmer for several movies such as Okkadu by Gunasekhar, Rain Rain Come Again by Jayaraaj, Finger Print by Satheesh Paul, Ramji Londonwaley by Sanjay Dayma, Tata Birla Madhyalo Laila by Srinivasa Reddy, Perarasu by Udhayan and many more.
He gave background score to many motion picture such as
Dolly Ki Doli
, Baby by
, Roy by
, Drishyam by
, PremRatanDhanPayo by Sooraj R. Barjatya, Ambarsariyaby Mandeep Kumar, Madaari by Nishikant Kamat, M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story by Neeraj Pandey and many more.
Dharma worked as a composer in different movies such as Aishwarya by
, Veera Parampare by S. Narayan, Munjane by S. Narayan, Aane Pataaki by Shekar Badiyappa, Sapnon Ki Rani by A.R. Babu, Raag Desh by
, Saheb BiwiAur Gangster 3 by Tigmanshu Dhulia and many more.