From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Filmyug, meaning "Age of Films," was an Indian Hindi-language film production company started by Indian film producer and director J. Om Prakash.

1st Logo (February 1, 1961)

Visuals: On a dark background, there is a dark statue illuminated from behind. On the right we see incense being burned, and there's a candle turned up in front of the statue. Suddenly, there's a light being turned up slowly, showing us the statue of a god with a cobra around its neck. After that, there is the hands of a man on the right side of the screen and the hands of a woman on the other side. They're throwing petals at the statue and then they pray. The company's name doesn't appear.

Trivia: The statue represents Shiva, one of the most recognized Hindu gods.

Technique: Live-action.

Audio: A male singing a religious song in Hindi.

Availability: Seen only on Aas Ka Panchhi.

2nd Logo (September 4, 1964-March 4, 1986)

Visuals: On a dark blue background is a dark statue is incense being burned on both sides where the statue. Suddenly, green and orange lights are turned up and show us again to Shiva, this time in front of some roses. After that, there is the two hands from the previous logo doing the same motion. The finished product is kind of the same as the previous logo, but in color. The company's name still doesn't appear.

Technique: Live-action.


  • Ayee Milan Ki Bela: Same as the previous logo.
  • 1966-1986: The same song, but this time by a chorus of a male and a female.

Availability: Seen on several films made by the company, which include Ayee Milan Ki Bela, Aasha, Aap Ki Kasam, Aap Ke Saath, Aya Sawan Jhoom Ke and Aandhi.

3rd Logo (November 18, 1988-September 3, 1993)

Visuals: On an almost dark background is Shiva on a table. There is two candles on the left, and another two on the right. Suddenly, there is an orange light illuminating from behind Shiva, and it's illuminated from the front. Then, the camera zooms out of Shiva and the table, to make us see a man and a woman doing playback. Now we see clearly that Shiva wears a garland of roses, covering almost all of its body. In front of the statue is bananas and other fruits. Then, the man and the woman pray. The company's name doesn't appear on this one either.

Technique: Live-action.

Audio: Same as the 1966-1986 variant of the previous logo.

Availability: Seen on Agnee and Aadmi Khilona Hai.

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