Ghibran is a Music composer in Indian film industry. As one among his experiences, initially, he worked as the composer for ad-films where he was the main composer for more than 800 television commercial jingles covering various languages. After that, he shifted his career towards music composing in Indian Films. From Trinity College London he completed his Grade 8 in Music Theory and Piano. From LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore he obtained the degree in Classical music composition and film scoring under the guidance of Lindsay Vickery from Australia. He has his studio situated at Chennai. Ghibran was born in Coimbatore. He cultivated his interests in music at the age of ten by seeing the performance of Yanni on Television. Initially, he just went to learn Keyboard as a part time from Paul Augustine. After completing the eighth grade there, one of the studios offered him a job to compose for their animations. He got the experience there for two years.
Finally, in 2000, he established his music studio and over the six years that followed, he completed around 700 advertisements. After that, he went to Singapore and worked as a part time music composer for media organizations. Actor Vimal and A. Sarkunam are his close friends in the film industry. Sarkunam gave the initial opportunity to Ghibran in 2011 for composing music to his new film
Vaagai Sooda Vaa
, a romantic comedy film in Tamil. Movie hubs appreciated the soundtracks given by Ghibran for that movie. After the release of the movie, many movie related websites and media houses portrayed him as an upcoming star for music composition. Through this musical hit from Vaagai Sooda Vaa, he got so many chances from other directors but waited for a better opportunity. In the year 2013,
He composed for some of the movies like
an action drama film in Tamil, Naiyaandi a comedy and romantic film in Tamil, Vatthikuchi an Urban thriller script. In 2014, he got the opportunity to compose for
a romantic drama film in Tamil, Thirumanam Ennum Nikkah a romantic film in Tamil under the direction of Anis. He got the call from famous actor and director
to compose the music for Vishwaroopam II. Ghibran impressed Kamal Haasan during this project and bagged his next few projects like Papanasam, a remake of Malayalam movie Drishyam in Tamil.