Amar Mohile Biography
Amar comes from a musically affluent family. At a very young age he formally stepped into the world of music. He learnt piano from Robert Correa. By the time he turned 13 he was already accompanying his father Anil Mohile, a well-known music director, arranger, and a musician himself, to recordings.
Simultaneously, he embarked onto a series of projects as a keyboard player, programmer, and arranger for acclaimed Bollywood music directors. Ram Gopal Varma’s ROAD in 2002 beckoned him into the background score composition. The same year also marked his foray into music composition.
Amar set up his own studio in suburban Mumbai in the year 2005 designed by renowned sound architect Roger Darcy, London. He focuses on belting out new sounds and likes to experiment with his work. His work in SARKAR and SARKAR RAJ won him accolades from the people and his director Ram Gopal Varma.
Amar’s extraordinary zeal for all aspects of music, be it composing, programming, and arranging takes him beyond his own targets. He is driven by his passion for sound and technology and thrives to attain greater heights in music.