Pav Dharia born in 1989 is an Australian Indian Singer, songwriter, producer and director based in Melbourne who has collaborated with many other artists to produce Rock, R&B and Ethnic style of music in both languages, Punjabi and English.

He began his career in 2012 as a solo artist and later on went onto becoming the winner of PTC’S Best NRI (Non Resident of India) Music producer award in the year 2014. In 2013/2014 his album called RED was one of the bestselling albums of the year.

He has published songs which has received lots of views on YouTube alone and has had many other singers involved in his creations.

He has produced songs such as Bewafa, Naja (don’t go), Botlan (bottles), Bhoora Bhoora, Billo, Mustang wala Munda (The boy with the Mustang), Funk and many more. He has collabed with Pavvan, J-Statik, Fateh, KIAT, EMPEROR TZZZARRR along with other Punjabi Singers too. His passion for music derives from his father who was a student of Punjab Folk singer Lal Chand Yamla Jatt.

On the 3rd of January 2019, The Indian Singer Dharia, was present at the Sydney Cricket Ground where the 4th Match test between India and Australia took place and he sang the National Anthem.

His all time favourite singers are A. R. Rahman, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Skrillex (American singer) who constantly inspire him to produce the music he does today and is best known for.

He has produced Music and directed music videos for other Punjabi singers, one artist being Babbal Rai in the song Dream Boy which was released in 2017 and was also the D.O.P in the music video for One Dream, again the singer being Babbal Rai and was released in 2015.