R.M. Art Productions

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


R.M. Art Productions was an Indian film company founded by producer Ratan Mohan. Between 1964 and 1994, the company produced near 20 films.

1st Logo (May 10, 1965)

Visuals: On a lighted sunburst background of red, green, yellow and white lines over a Hindu shrine, a statue of the sun god Surya riding a chariot pulled by seven horses can be seen. The god carries the rope on the nose of the horses, and clouds are seen from the horses' hooves. and a beige pedestal is shown saying "R.M. ART PRODUCTIONS".

Technique: A live-action photograph.

Audio: A triumphant fanfare, which the last note is being held following into a menacing fanfare that the triumphant one preceded it, consisting of many crashes.

Availability: Only seen on Ram Bharat Milan.

2nd Logo (April 18, 1975-April 15, 1994)

Visuals: On a black background, a silhouette is seen. Suddenly, lights turn on to reveal the silhouette of the text, which says "R.M. ART" on the top, and "PRODUCTIONS", which is covered on a pedestal, in the bottom, all in gold, white, brown or beige. The background is black on the bottom of the screen, and the logo heavily shines with a massive amount of lights when it's finished revealing.

Technique: Practical effects.

Audio: An extremely loud rustling sound, followed by wind, and an deep Indian voice reading the following mantra: "खुदी को कर बुलंद इतना कि हर तक़दीर से पहले खुदा बन्दे से खुद पूछे बता तेरी रज़ा क्या है.". A soft drum roll is heard.

Availability: Seen on Sangram, Jwala, Haatim Tai and Maha Shaktishaali.

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