Shiv Kala Movies

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (December 8, 1987-March 29, 1991)

Visuals: A blur effect fades away to reveal a model in a dark blue room, which consists of a giant sculpted Om symbol containing the company name "SHIV KALA MOVIES" and an undecorated model of the upper half of the Hindu god Shiva sitting on the lower leg of the Om symbol while having a salmon disc spinning clockwise behind him. All of this is placed on a square pedestal. Around the model, there are small sparkling objects (presumably hung by a string), and below the model, there is incense smoke coming from the right side.

Technique: Practical effects.

Audio: A traditional bansuri and tabla melody accompanied by a faint sitar. Both films have separate renditions of the melody.

Availability: Seen on old prints of Insaf Ki Pukar and Paap Ki Aandhi.

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