Trimurti Films

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Trimurti Films Pvt. Ltd. was an Indian film production house founded by Gulshan Rai in 1970. After Rai's death, his son Rajiv Rai took over as the head of the company. The company's first production was Johny Mera Naam on 1970, and dormant for more than a decade, the company's last production was Asambhav, released on 2004.

Logo (January 24, 1975-July 4, 1997)

Visuals: On a space background, there is a blue hand pointing at a spinning yellow ring fading in, which also causes a red triangle to wipe and fade in. The camera then rotates 86 degrees, revealing the end of a silver trident. Yet again, the camera rotates which reveals, what appears to be, a pink foot with a red star on top. Lastly, the camera zooms out, revealing a symbol with all of the said objects from the triangle, which causes the words "TRIMURTI" and "FILMS" in yellow to appear between the trident along with the Hindi translation in red appearing below the symbol.


  • An in-credit variant exists in Mohra where the symbol in white and the English translation in red underneath it appear superimposed over the opening scene of the movie.
  • On Rocky, the symbol fades in against a black background, where we can also see "WORLD RIGHTS" sitting underneath.
    • Similarly, an in-credit variant exists in Dhuan where the entire logo is red superimposed over the film's opening scene.

Technique: Cel animation.

Audio: The sound of a horn, which is then followed by a man singing accompanied by a tampura with notes from a glockenspiel.

Availability: This was seen in every film othey have produced, starting with Deewaar, and lastly Gupt. The in-credit variants make their appearance in Rocky and Mohra.

External Links

Trimurti Films credits on IMDb

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