Background: The fourth studio made by director M. Khiran Ghais, which also created movies from the former, collapsed studios of Sri Karith, Bandi Khal and Sabhee Sitaman. Located in Nayappur, India.

1st Logo



Logo: TBA, and the name of the company doesn't appear.

FX/SFX: None.

Cheesy Factor: Well, we don't wanna say that this is very blatant, but the lenght of this logo makes this one of the longest ever. Also, some prints of the movie below have this logo more darker, but this doesn't excuse it's blatantness.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Seen on almost all prints of Shaarvi Kiman Sa. Some prints plaster this with the Vakkal Video logo.

Scare Factor: Low to medium, because of the lack of sound, which makes at least one people shiver. But at least it's a cute logo.

2nd Logo


Tamish 2

Logo: Same as the last logo, but TBA, and the name of the company doesn't appear.

Variant: There is a red variant. TBA

FX/SFX: Same as the last logo.

Cheesy Factor: Again, this logo is lenghty, but TBA.

Music/Sounds: An very deep announcer saying something to the death of one of their producers, and then another talking about the movie. On some prints, it's silent throughout the rest of the logo.

Availability: Seen on half of the prints of Atishvara Kigan, and the red variant's found in Nakha Gaal.

Scare Factor:

  • Medium, for the announcer being too deep, but still, it's a cute logo like that from before.
  • High to nightmare for the red variant.

3rd Logo


Tamish 3

Nicknames: "Goodbye Tamako" "The Final Tamako Logo" "The Sunset Tamako Logo"

Logo: Same as the last logo, but it's located in a sunset and TBA.

FX/SFX: Same as the 2 last logos.

Cheesy Factor: And we thought the 1st logo wasn't lengthy enough, and we have the cheesiness in a different way. TBA

Music/Sounds: An announcer saying something in Hindi, and then another announcer speaking something about the movie, concluding with an part of the movie. On some prints, it's silent, and the full version of the movie's opening is cut.

Availability: Seen on Ek Ahak Bilaan Aur Galami Ek Bala.

Scare Factor: Low, for the same reasons as the other logos, and for the background being set on a sunset one, but it's harmless and a cute logo anyways.