Sampath Ram, an Indian actor who is working in the Tamil film industry where he did many fantastic performances. Also, he is mainly known for playing villainous roles for which he got much acclaim during his career life. Initially, he started his acting career through a small screen and appeared in a television series titled ‘Ethanai Manithargal’ which was aired on the Doordarshan channel. While in 1999, the actor took the start of his career and made his debut film through ‘Mudhalvan’ in which he portrayed the role of Police Sub- Inspector. Since then, he did not look back and continued working on many acting gigs and became famous for his notable performances. However, to know more about his personal and professional life, have a look at these hidden facts!
8 Things You Didn’t Know About Sampath Ram
1- Multi-talented Star
Sampath Ram is known for being a multi-talented actor as he is a great and successful music director, music composer, and actor who has built his extensive career by working in Indian acting and the music industry.
2- Famous for
Sampath Ram is famous for his brilliant acting chops and also being a versatile actor as he is mainly known for playing villainous roles for which he got much recognition during his career life.
3- Compose Music for Brands
Alongside acting, he established his place in the Indian music industry where he composed music for advertising jingles for several notable brands including Airtel, Thums Up, Pepsi, Docomo, and The Times of India.
4- Composed Music for Popular Films
Apart from composing music for brands, Sampath Ram also composed music for many Bollywood films including ‘Talaash’ released in 2012, ‘Raees’, released in 2018, ‘Khakee’, and Delhi Belly’released in 2011.
5- Collaborated with the Australian Rock Band
The actor-cum-music composer, Sampath Ram who collaborated with the Australian Rock Band named INXS where he recorded an Indian version of their songs including ‘God’s Top Ten, Devil’s Party, and Afterglow.
6- Plagiarised Songs
In 2008, Bombay High Court ruled that two songs from the Bollywood film named ‘Krazzy4’ plagiarised the hook-phrase from an advertisement which was composed by himself for Sony Ericson advertisement.
7- Composed a song for Talk Show
He also composed a title song named ‘Tera Rang Aisa’ for the debut talk show ‘Satyamev Jayate’ which was hosted by the Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan and its lyrics was given by Prasoon Joshi.
During his spare time, Sampath Ram loves watching movies and listening to the music of his all-time favorite Bollywood singers including Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle, Kumar Sanu, Udit Narayan, and Alka Yagnik.