Rangeela Productions

From Audiovisual Identity Database

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Rangeela Productions was a film production company in Pakistan created by Saeed Khan Rangeela in 1969.

1st Logo (1 October 1971-Early 1990s)

Logo: We zoom out from a flaming figure on top of a giant "R", which appears to be sitting 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".


  • On Khoobsurtat Shaitan and Gulli, only the first part is shown.
  • Most of the time, the logo is shown in black and white.

Technique: Live-action.

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

Availability: Rare. Seen on the company's films including Meri Mohabbat Teray Hawalay, Dil Aur Dunya and Aurat Raj. The cut-off variants can seen on Khoobsurat Shaitan and Gulli.

3rd Logo (8 November 1972-28 October 1973)

Logo: We see footage of an explosion tinted in orange (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.

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

Technique: Cel animation super-imposed with the live-action explosion.

Music/Sounds: The sound of the explosion.

Availability: Seen on Kubra Ashiq and Do Rangeeley.

Legacy: This logo is often misunderstood since many people still consider the war footage following it on Kubra Ashiq being part of the logo, leading to a big notoriety of being one of the scariest Pakistani logos just because of that part. However, it is only part of the opening scene of said film, and the film actually involves characters from a military background in its plot. This has also been the case for similar supposed logos which also had opening scenes consisting of acted war footage intertwined with them. The logo, with the same explosion footage was also mysteriously used again on this logo's second appearance on Do Rangeeley, leading to many people believe it is a supposed "shortened" version of it.

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