Gurpreet Video International

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

1st Logo (1980's)

Visuals: Over a footage of the Himalayas with a lens flare shining on the screen, there is an icon of a Hindu saint with the text "Gvi" in white and a script font in front of it. It remains like that for at least 6 seconds.

Variant: A static variant can be seen on one of their promos. The text is also nowhere to be seen.

Technique: Live-action for the background, static for the Hindu saint and text.

Audio: A traditional melody with a male chorus. None for the static variant.

Availability: It was only known to appear on a VHS release of Rani Mera Naam.

2nd Logo (1980s)

Visuals: Over a blue marble-like background with a red ring in the middle is 3 sets of text reading:


all in a script font emerges from the background and constantly flips until it gets close to the screen, along with "presents"

Variant: A closing variant exists where the said text is seen wiping in front of the ring in a striped manner. "presents" is also nowhere to be seen.

Technique: Primitive computer animation.

Audio: A Bollywood-style string melody.

Availability: Unknown. [Examples?]

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