Background: An Urdu-language studio located in Naghrota, India.
Variants: The logo gets updated over the years
FX/SFX: The fading in and out.
Cheesy Factor: TBA
Music/Sounds: None, which adds to the scare factor.
Availability: Very common in India, First seen on the film Pashwari Kahilee. Last seen on Poke Masterpieces.
Scare Factor: Low to high because of the darkness, the red scheme of the logo and the lack of sound or movement. It's kinda like the Comedy Channel form the US.
Variants: Instead of TBA, an dancing rat appears which then preceeds into the logo, and throws it's glasses so can we see the logo clearly. It was seen only in kids cartoon films (It was also used by Mangal Murti in 2015, with Adh Virgar's permission)
FX/SFX: Very impressive animation.
Music/Sounds: An traditional drums fanfare which segues into an pop fanfare with trumpets, which increases in the animation of the logo and people saying the name's company at the end, and then a loud whoosh appears.
Music/Sounds Variant: An brief, more-kid friendly edition of the drums fanfare along with some whistling was seen on some films with sounds that accompaign it.
Availability: Very common. First seen on the remake of Dart, and the variant is seen on the kids horror film, ABC 666.
- Medium. The funny animation and music may get a few, but it's fine. But the variant is nothing!
- Medium to nightmare the childrens version. While the animation is still trying to be very funny, the loudness doesn't excuse how the sound was made, and it was intended for quiet films, which makes the logo more creepy-sounding.