Rangeela Productions (Pakistan)

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Background: Rangeela Productions was a film company in Pakistan created by Saeed Khan Rangeela in 1969. The company's first film was Diya Aur Toofan, released on May 9th 1969.

1st Logo

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Nicknames: "The Great War of Rangeela"

Logo: We see footage of an explosion (actually part of the first scene of Kubra Ashiq). After a few seconds, it freezes, and the text in black "RANGEELA PRODUCTIONS" and "Present" in below the name of the company with "Present" in a script font fade in. It then cuts to the opening scene of the movie.

Variant: On Do Rangeeley, the text is red and the footage is brighter and desaturated.

FX/SFX: The live-action footage with the text superimposed.

Music/Sounds: The sound of the explosion.

Availability: Seen on Kubra Ashiq and Do Rangeeley.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo

Logo: We zoom out from a flaming figure on top of a pedestal, with an image of a filmstrip circling below. The camera then quickly moves into the filmstrip which reads "Rangeela Productions".

Variant: On Aurat Raj, due to deterioration, the logo has a red hue to it, which makes some of the footage hard to see.

FX/SFX: Live-action.

Music/Sounds: A drumroll with a bombastic male announcer. A 3-note triumphant brass fanfare follows.

Availability: Seen on Aurat Raj and Dil Aur Duniya. A cut off B&W version was seen on Khoobsurat Shaitan.

Editor's Note: TBA