Kalatmak Productions

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (May 4, 1990)

Visuals: On a blue background, the screen zooms out from an emblem with the Hindu god Shiva in his Nataraja form (with his arms stretched and with one leg up), as a yellow word which looks like "Kalatmak" (last letter looks like a blend of the letters "K" and "R") and the white Hindi text below are revealed below the emblem once the screen zooms away. Below the Latin and Hindi names, there's "PRODUCTIONS".

Technique: Camera-controlled animation.

Audio: An Indian choral theme with a tanpura, which is actually the same stock music used for many Indian logos such as Sham Ralhan Productions, Solila Productions and Manish Films. The extended beginning is played on the memorial credit shown before the logo.

Availability: So far, only seen on Naaka Bandi.

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