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Glass Fire Enterprises was a Indian movie company.

1st Logo (1975-1983)[]

Warning Warning: The logo is VERY loud and might put your audio equipment at risk of potential damage, so lower your volume before watching them. Also, if you are Germany or Jewish, please do not watch this part because it has a red swastika afterwards the fire.

Nicknames: "What The Heck Is Going On In This Logo?", "Naga Khan Films' Indian Cousin", "Omars Films' Got Nothing On This!".

Logo: On the black background, we see fire engulfing the screen. Then, it fades to a red swastika spinning on the black background. After 5 seconds of the swastika spinning, cuts to different footages fading in one by one in 2 seconds:

  • The war footage
  • The explosion footage
  • The sun dissolving to pieces
  • Natural disasters (tornados, thunderstorms, water flooding, etc.)
  • The meteor crushing the Earth
  • A footage where 20 cars crash

After those footages, a stock lightning footage appears, which is red-tinted, playing in 6 seconds. After the footage, it cuts to a black background with fire and a stock lightning footage in chroma key in front of the fire.

The word "GLASS FIRE ENTERPRISES" in a red color zooms in and stops.

FX/SFX: Everything...

Cheesy Factor: ...which is too hard to tell what's going on!! First, why would they add a swastika on the black background? It would offend Jewish and German people! Second, stock lightning footage seems like an eyesore and can cause seizures to people. Third, the audio is very loud. That's all!

Music/Sounds: Some rumbling sounds are heard throughout the logo. When it fades to a swastika spinning, loud thunderclaps are heard. When it cuts to different footages, a loud bombastic trumpet fanfare is heard while the sounds of footages are heard. When the stock lightning footage appears, there's an extremely loud thunderclap sound and a extremely loud whooshing sound, followed by a male announcer saying "The plaintiff might wish you a million ills, but what of it? That alone happens that God allows".

Availability: Seen on Piddar Yide and Tunee Kalpalan.

Scare Factor: Nightmare. It has scared many people due to its subject matter, loud sounds, offensive swastika, and footages. This has to be one of the, if not...the SCARIEST indian logo of all time! It's lower for those who are not scared of this logo.

2nd Logo (1983-present)[]

Nickname: "The Boring Logo".

Logo: On the black background, we see the word "Glass Fire Enterprises" in white and the small word "Presents" in white below.

FX/SFX: None...

Cheesy Factor: ...which this put no effort!

Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the movie.

Availability: Only seen on Pinnaru Indro.

Scare Factor: None. It's tamer than that infamous previous logo! Although the opening theme of the movie playing without a warning can surprise some.

3rd Logo (1987-1991)[]

Warning Warning: The logo is a little loud so lower your volume before watching.

Nicknames: "Thunder From Hell", "A Bahry Films Rip-Off!".

Logo: On a red cloudy background, we see a disc with a carved image of the Hindu god Shiva (depicted with three heads), and Hindu writing around the disc. It then zooms out to show it standing on a rectangular block with "ॐ नमः शिवाय" (Om Namah Shivaya, in English) on it. It then cuts to a rapid fast-paced stock lightning footage as the word "GLASS FIRE ENTERPRISES" in red zooms in.

FX/SFX: Live-action and 2D animation.

Cheesy Factor: Really? They stole the Bahry Films logo? Did the creators did NOT want to make it and steal the Bahry Films logo?

Music/Sounds: Same as Bahry Films logo but the thunder noises are replaced with loud thunder noises. The male announcer is different, too.

Availability: Seen on Posser and Ridda Xaar

Scare Factor: Medium. The subject matter might scare some but others and you might be laughing at the blatant use of Bahry Films!

4th Logo (1991-1998)[]





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