Anirudha Arts

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (June 7, 1991)

Visuals: On a space background, a curved filmstrip zooms out from the left side of the screen and coasts to the near-center. Another filmstrip comes from the right and stops next to the first. Yet another filmstrip comes from the upward side and stops in the middle of the filmstrips, forming an abstract "A". The filmstrips shine to form a more stabilized version of the "A". The words "ANIRUDHA ARTS" appear letter-by-letter. The stars keep zooming until the logo cuts to the first scene of the film.

Technique: Choppy 2D animation that looks outdated, but miles ahead of other Indian logos at the time.

Audio: When the filmstrips zoom out, there is a long, droning synth note with faint beeps. A synthesized four-note hit is heard, with the last note being held. There is an echoing laser-zap noise when the filmstrips flash. A one-frame computerized arpeggio is heard when the text appears, followed by the same four-note hit. Audible shines are heard as it plays.

Availability: Only seen on Pyar Hua Chori Chori.

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