Background: An studio in Jaipur, Rajasthan.
Cheesy Factor: The logo looks too realistic and no name is seen on this logo, unlike other Indian logos.
Music/Sounds: An announcer speaking in Marwari for 1 minute.
Availability: Seen on their films of the time, such as Alam Ara (1963)
Scare Factor: Medium.
FX/SFX: Same as the 1st logo.
Cheesy Factor: This is somewhat related to the 1st logo, since still Miku didn't exist at the time.
Music/Sounds: An announcer speaking for 30 seconds, following an tribal drum.
Availability: Scarce, as it's very difficult to found online but in an authentic indian website.
Scare Factor: Low. But it's nothing compared to the next logo...
(December variant in 1971)
Nicknames: "The Lightest Still Scary Logo"
FX/SFX: If you see very closely, the lights are moving.
Cheesy Factor: Same as the first 2 logos, but hey, at least it's an improvement from the aforementioned ones.
Music/Sounds: An deep announcer saying something in Marwari.
Availability: Seen on only one movie: Yah Himachcchann Chalo.
Scare Factor: High, because of the brightness and the deep announcer.