Hari Om Cine Makers

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (September 11, 2015-April 1, 2017)

Visuals: On a black background, a bright orange flash appears in the middle of the screen, followed by a line of blazing fire rising in from right to left in the middle, which soon disappears afterwards. As it fully disappears, the orange flash dissipates, which causes an eye to appear where the orange flash has gone, followed by a pair of eyes appearing below the third eye, resembling the eyes of Hindu god Shiva. Shortly after, an orange flash is seen illuminating behind the third eye, which causes three hand-drawn horizontal lines to appear against the third eye, all stacked on top of each other, as a bunch of moving stormy clouds and a crescent moon on the top-left corner of the eyes fades in. At the same time, the flipped 3D text "HARI OM CINE MAKERS" flies in from the bottom and places itself below the company name, as a white flash rushes through the text below it, and "a Sushil Pokharel Production" to fade in below the text. The clouds then fade away afterwards, and the entire logo slowly follows along.

Technique: A combination of CGI and live-action.

Audio: Various sound effects corresponsing to the actions happening in the logo, including various whooshes, the sound of fire burning, the sounds of thudding, water splashing and a reversed bell sound effect.

Audio Variants: Luv Sab uses the opening theme of the film, although the sound of the fire burning is still present.

Availability: This was seen on Luv Sab and Radhe.

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