Mayur Jumani

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Born14th April 1992
Mumbai, India
  • Music Composer
  • Producer
  • Content Creator

Mayur Jumani is an Indian music producer, composer and content creator. He is known for his unique viral videos where he remixes dialogues by celebrities or from memes.[1] His viral mashups includes Arre Yaar Hera Pheri’s “Babu Babu” and many more[2]. Apart from social media creations, he runs a production studio that provides Bollywood Films Tracks, Title Tracks for TV shows, Commercial ads, Trailers and BGM scores of movies and web series for major OTT platforms. Dabangg 3, Baaghi 3, Guilty (2020 film), Bandish Bandits & Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl are a few of his recent productions.

He has produced music for established composers like Vishal Dadlani, Kailash Kher, Mika Singh and many more indie artists.

Early Life

Engineering in Thadomal Shahani Engineering College, Bandra. He has been playing different instruments ever since childhood. After working for 2 years he went to Berklee College of Music. He performed for various events such as TEDx, Innovation Envivo, and at Avalon Hollywood.


Mayur made his Bollywood Debut in Bypass Road (film). He started making mash-ups[3] and parodies[4] during the pandemic which got viral and were shared and repurposed by Bollywood stars.


He was awarded CCSFA (Critics choice short film award) best background score for the movie “imdbtitle:9110296|Pixie Dust” in 2018.


  1. Kunal, Guha. "Man behind the viral mash-ups". Mumbai Mirror.
  2. Seal, Rajshree (12 January 2021). "Music Producer Turns Kajol's 'Gamla Scene' from K3G into New Song; Video Goes Viral". India News, Breaking News. Trending Desk.
  3. Mehrotra, Isha (29 November 2020). "After 'Woh Rashi Thi', Rajkummar Rao's 'Paneer Tikka' rap song is going viral— Watch". Zee News. Zee Media Bureau.
  4. Desk, Trends (7 November 2020). "The Vivekamunand Mix: Netizens can't handle this spoof of Donald Trump's speeches". The Indian Express.

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