Sham Ralhan Productions

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Sham Ralhan Productions was an Indian film company founded in the late 1980's by director and producer Sham Ralhan. The company released only one movie: Shoorveer, in 1988.

Logo (May 20, 1988)

Visuals: On a dark background, there are two candles and the silhouette of a statue, all over a table with a white blanket. Behind the table is orange smoke. Then, some lights are turned up, revealing that the silhouette is Durga (with a row of orange flowers) riding a tiger. Below the tiger there are three orange flowers, and around the right candle there are some vegetables. Then, the logo freezes, and Durga throws a beam to the screen (a la Balakrishna Movies) to form "SHAM RALHAN" when it disappears. The text is below the row of flowers. Then, below the mentioned text, "PRODUCTIONS" appears in a blur effect left-to-right.

Technique: Live-action for the background and cel animation for the text.

Audio: A tampura note, followed by an Indian choral tune until the logo freezes (a stock fanfare, used in many logos from India and Nepal). Then, the opening theme from Captain Barry by Usha Khanna appears until the logo ends.

Availability: It was only seen on the aforementioned Shoorveer.

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