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Ram Sampath (Sona Mohapatra’s Husband) Wiki, Age, Wife, Family, Biography & More


Ram Sampath

Ram Sampath is an Indian composer, composer and composer. He is the husband of Indian singer and composer Sona Mogapatra.

Wiki / Biography

Ram Sampath was born on Monday, July 25, 1977 (Age 43 years; Until 2020) In Bombay (now, Mumbai). Native zodiac sign Leo.

Ram Sampath as a child

Ram Sampath as a child

He grew up in Chembur, Bombay. She did her schooling at the Lady of Perpetual Sugar High School in Mumbai. Born into a family with a musical background, Sampath became deeply involved in Carnatic music at a very young age. While in school, he studied Carnatic music for eight years. After completing his schooling, Sampath joined Mumbai’s R.A. Podar joined the College of Commerce and Economics to continue his studies in business. Ram joined the rock band during his college days, in which he played the keyboard. Sampath started going to music studios at the age of 16 to get the opportunity to compose music. In 1994, she had the opportunity to compose music for the Femina Miss India 1994 beauty pageant.

Physical appearance

Height (approximately): 5 ′ 5

Hair color: Black

Eye color: Black

Ram Sampath

Family & Caste

Ram Sampath was born to a Tamil father and a Kannada mother.

Parents & Siblings

Ram Sampath, son of Sampath Ramanujam and Asha Acharya. Both of his parents were passionate about music. He has a sister, Mona Sampath Khan.

Father and sister of Ram Sampath

Father and sister of Ram Sampath

Ram Sampath with his sister

Ram Sampath with his sister

Wife

Ram Sampath met Sona Mohapatra (singer) in 2002, while working as a brand manager at Mohapatra Mariko Limited, a consumer goods company. Film director Ram Madwani introduced them to each other. The couple were married on 16 January 2005.

Ram Sampath with his wife

Ram Sampath with his wife

Industry

Ram Sampath started his career composing jingles for TV commercials. He has worked on music in commercials for brands such as Airtel, DoCoMo, Thumbs Up, Pepsi and The Times of India.

Ram Sampath inside his office

Ram Sampath inside his office

He has also composed music for films such as Let’s Talk (2002), Khaki (2004), and Love Ka The End (2011).

Ram Sampath at a press conference

Ram Sampath at a press conference

Sampath is best known for composing the hit song ‘Bagh DK Bose’ from the movie “Delhi Belly” (2011). In 2008, he recorded the Indian version of the songs “Got’s Top Ten”, “Devil’s Party” and “Afterglow” with the Australian rock band INXS. He has also acted in many stage shows.

Ram Sampath show on stage

Ram Sampath show on stage

In 2009, he made his television debut as a judge on the singing reality show “MTV Rock On: Season 1”.

MTV Rock On

MTV Rock On

Controversy

In 2008, Sampath filed a lawsuit against the producers of Crazy 4 (2008) for copying his music. Later, the Bombay High Court ruled that two songs, including the title of the film, were stolen. The songs were copied from the Hook phrase from a commercial by Sony Ericsson composed by Sampath. The court ordered a ban on the release of the film after the case was closed outside the court. The producers of the film paid Rs. The film grossed 2 million and was followed by songs.

Awards

  • Mirchi Music Award for ‘Best Background Music of the Year’ for “Delhi Belly” (2011)
  • Mirchi Music Award for ‘Indie Pop Song of the Year’ for the TV Show “Satyamev Jayate” (2012)

Favorite things

Facts / Trivia

  • Ram enjoys traveling and reading books in his spare time.
  • He can often be found drinking alcohol on various occasions.
  • Sampath’s grandfather TV Ramanujam founded the Shanmukananda Hall in Zion, Mumbai.
  • In July 2020, Sona Mohapatra revealed that her husband had been targeted by an ‘uneducated self-important mob’. The actress said it took two years for Sampath to recover from the trauma caused by the mob.
  • During an interview, Sampath shared that his first toy was the LP Player. When he talks about this,

    My parents told me from the age of two that I would load my own LP and play it myself. I was always interested in the sleeve of an album and was always interested in the recording process. I was fascinated by this one album where the band, producer and engineer sat on this big console on the back of the LP sleeve. I started composing music at the age of eight. I had a do-in-one and would record and write my own words. By the age of 12, I was clear that I wanted to be a composer.

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