C Dharan Kumar

Music Director ● Playback Singer ● Background Music


Dharan Kumar is an Indian music composer, who mainly produces film scores and soundtracks in the Tamil film industry. He made his film debut Parijatham, featuring the hit single "Unnai Kandene". He started working as an assistant to composer Harris Jayaraj in the films Kaakha Kaakha, Chellame and Anniyan. Dharan used to participate in music programs in the college, director K. Bhagyaraj's daughter Saranya studied in. For her debut venture, Parijatham, directed by her father, Saranya recommended Dharan as the film composer. His next release was the soundtrack album to the low-budget horror thriller Sivi that starred newcomers. Dharan has worked on non-film projects as well. In 2009, he produced a single "Sing One More Time" as a tribute to Michael Jackson, who Dharan describes as his "biggest inspiration in his childhood". He had also composed the theme song for the 2010 Challenger Beach Volleyball Championship, held in Chennai.

Born on: 8 October, 1983

Born in: Chennai, India.

Tamil TBA
Music Director
Tamil TBA
Music Director
Tamil TBA
Music Director
Tamil TBA
Music Director
Tamil 2019
Music Director
Tamil 2019
Music Director
Tamil 2019
Background Music, Playback Singer, Music Director
Tamil 2019
Music Director
Tamil 2019
Music Director
Malayalam 2018
Music Director
Tamil 2018
Music Director
Tamil 2017
Playback Singer, Music Director
Tamil 2016
Music Director
Tamil 2016
Music Director
Tamil 2015
Playback Singer
Telugu 2014
Music Director, Playback Singer
Tamil 2014
Music Director
Tamil 2014
Playback Singer, Music Director
Tamil 2014
Playback Singer, Music Director
Telugu 2014
Music Director, Playback Singer
Tamil 2014
Music Director
Tamil 2014
Music Director
Tamil 2013
Music Director
Tamil 2013
Music Director
Tamil 2013
Background Music
Tamil 2012
Playback Singer, Music Director
Malayalam 2010
Music Director
Tamil 2010
Music Director
Tamil 2009
Music Director
Tamil 2008
Music Director
Tamil 2006
Music Director
Hindi 2008
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