Mohamaad Ghibran is an Indian film music composer. Ghibran was born and raised in Coimbatore. When he was in his 10th standard, his family relocated to Chennai after his father suffered a severe loss in business. He had to discontinue studies and do several jobs to support his family.
He completed his eighth grade in keyboard and got an offer from a studio to compose music for their animations as an in house composer. He was working there for two years. In 2000, he set up his own studio and over the next six years composed for over 700 ads.
He has completed Grade 8 in both Piano and Music theory through Trinity College London and also obtained his degree in Classical compositions and film scoring under Australian Composer Lindsay Vickery at the LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore. Ghibran shuttles between Chennai, Mumbai and Singapore for all his recording works and owns a studio at Chennai.
Ghibran, having worked in several Ad films, was a good friend of director A. Sarkunam and Vimal. When Sargunam wanted to direct a new film after Kalavani, he roped in Ghibran to work for his venture. Thus, Sargunam – Ghibran collaborated for the film, Vaagai Sooda Vaa. The soundtrack for the film was widely appreciated.
2013 he composed the music for the films Vatthikuchi, Kutti Puli and Naiyaandi. His 2014 releases were Thirumanam Ennum Nikkah and Amara Kaaviyam. He also had his first Telugu release Run Raja Run. According to Behindwoods.com, his work in the film "garnered great appreciation from the fans" and the songs had been "in the top of the charts for a long time".
He was offered the big budget project Vishwaroopam II by Kamal Haasan, who, impressed with Ghibran's work, gave him the opportunity to work on his next two projects, Uttama Villain and Papanasam, the Tamil remake of Drishyam, as well.
Tamil Best of 2017