Murghan Enterprise (India)

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Murghan Enterprises (1974)Wanted (1984)Murghan Enterprise

Nicknames: "Gate of Hell", "Spooky Statue", "Statue from Hell", "Manish Films's Older Sister"

Logo: On a dark background, we see two candles. Suddenly we see a purple smoke, and after a red smoke we see the shadow of a religious statue (supposed to be Kartikeya, also known as Murughan, who gives the name of the company), a la Saravan Films 2nd logo. The lights are turned up and we see the statue, which inside a big red circle where we can read "muRGHaN ENTERPRISE" in golden letters. The statue is also above a white circle. The circle contains an elephant with three heads (which resembles the national emblem of India) on a red background. The candles are on the right and the left of the circle with the elephant. The smoke continues moving inside the big red circle, behind the statue, witch is now yellow-orange, the color of the original fire.

  • Dard uses a dark night with stars and galaxies moving. The Murghan logo is off-centered, because it stands more to the right.
  • Paap Aur Punya: Same as the original variant, but with a thin fog instead the smoke.
FX/SFX: The smoke and the light, in addition of the stars and galaxies on Dard. Quite an overblown concept.

Music/Sounds: A ominous and very sinister melody followed by a men's chorus.On Dard, the logo is silent. On Paap Aur Punya, there's a melody with a sitar.

Availability: Seen on <a class="external" href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Chor Sipahee</a>, <a class="external" href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Gautam Govinda</a>, <a href="" target="_self">Dard</a>, <a href="" target="_self">Paap Aur Punya</a>("The Prince and the Pauper"),Wanted (Dead or Alive) and <a href="" target="_self">Begaana</a>.

Editor's Note: This is considered the one of the scariest logos of all time. The Dard variant is still scary but is cooled down thanks to the background and vibe being tamer.

NOTE: The logo from Paap Aur Punya has been frozen before being released to YouTube, so we don't have enough information to describe the FX/SFX section of this variant.