This article covers logos that contain flashing images.
This is the production company of Indian director S. Waris Ali.
Logo (November 30, 1981-December 1, 1992?)
This logo contains flashing images at 0:00-0:07.
The video of this logo may be too loud or severely distorted.
Visuals: The screen zooms outwards from a pink lotus flower in the middle of the ocean (?), then, the letters: "W" and "P", with a white gradient and outline, comes out of the flowewr then stops when it's fully exposed. The company's name "WARIS PICTURES" in white with a pink outline then fades in a few seconds later. The logo fades to black afterwards.
- On Be-Sahaara, it is still.
- On Parayaa Ghar, we first see the stock lightning footage (used in various South and some Southeast Asian logos) but in a different color, then we proceed to the actual logo itself.
Technique: A mix of stop-motion animation and camera-controlled animation.
Audio: A catchy traditional Indian tune with a tabla and a sitar.
- Chaar Maharathi: The sounds of a thunderstorm (the Castle Thunder stock sound effect) followed by a man saying something in Hindi when the company's name fades in.
- Parayaa Ghar: We first hear the BBC thunderclap played 3 times in a row, followed by the same man saying the same phrase in Hindi, ending with a sitar fanfare.
Availability: Seen on Chetna Do Raahe Par, Chaar Maharathi, Be-Sahaara and Parayaa Ghar. It may also have been seen on Swarg Se Pyaara Ghar Hamara.