Punjab Art Productions

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Punjab Art Productions is a production firm from Evernew Studios at Punjab, Pakistan. They were also the one who produced the film Hum Khilary Pyar Key, in which was processed by Evernew Studios.

1st Logo (October 19, 1979)

Visuals: On a grey room background, there is a sketch of a woman with a hat on doing her action, surrounded by a black pattern. Waves can be seen behind the woman, along with the sun rising against the waves. The company's name in Punjabi sits below the sketch.

Technique: None.

Audio: A dramatic brass sting, which is part of the film's opening theme.

Availability: It only appeared on Dada Geer.

2nd Logo (October 20, 1995)

Visuals: Essentially a colored version of the sketch along with the company's name in English and an arched form against a white background with two brown borders.

Technique: None.

Audio: The opening theme of the movie.

Availability: It only appeared on Panah.

3rd Logo (February 11, 2000)

Visuals: On a sky-blue background, 5 blue wavy lines are seen moving representing the waves of the sketch slowly zooming outwards short period of time. As it stops, the sun rises from the waves and stops halfway through, as well as the waves slowly compress to give space for the rest of the sketch to fade in. Lastly, "PUNJAB ART PRODUCTIONS" in red slides in from the bottom of the screen and sits above the sketch in an arched format.

Technique: Computer animation.

Audio: The opening theme of the movie.

Availability: It only appeared on Ham Khilari Pyar Kay.

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