Shabab Productions

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Shabab Productions was the main production company of Pakistani film director and producer Shabab Kiranvi.

1st logo (November 12, 1965-July 14, 1972)

Visuals: The visuals consist of a woman dressed in a sari holding a sitar with an "S" and a vertical "SHABAB PRODUCTIONS" sliding on a black background.

Variant: A color variant was spotted on Tumhi Hu Mehboob Mere.

Technique: Silding effects.

Audio: A 6-note majestic fanfare.

Availability: Seen on Nachay Nagin Bajay Been, Josh E Inteqam, Changa Khoon, and the aforementioned film, Tumhi Hu Mehboob Mere.

2nd logo (August 25, 1967)

Visuals: On a black background, there is a silhouette of almost the same statue used in the previous logo standing against a white spotlight. Shortly after, a light illuminates the front portion of a statue, revealing a more detailed render of the woman in a sari holding the sitar and the giant "S", which is followed by "SHABAB PRODUCTIONS" in a stacked format fading in underneath after a second. It all fades out afterward.

Technique: Fading effects.

Audio: Same as the previous logo.

Availability: Seen on Dil Deewana.

3rd logo (November 30, 1973-July 23, 1982)

Visuals: There is a statue of Shabab Productions again, but placed on various multicolored flowers and on a moving live-action background.

Variant: Starting with Anmol Mohabbat, the background is slightly altered.

Technique: Practical effects.

Audio: Same as the 2nd and 1st logos.

Availability: Seen on Rangeela Aur Munawar Zarif, Aaina aur Soorat, Deewar, Nashaiman, Anmol Mohabbat, Waaday Ki Zanjeer and Aik Din Bahu Ka.

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