Background: Sahayog Combines was a Indian company founded in 1970. It became defunct in 2016 due to bankruptcy.
Logo: A news-like bumper plays with shots of their films, and then the Palace Video jingle is heard.
FX/SFX: The bumper, and the logo transition.
Cheesy Factor: Black Rock Shooter wasn't introduced until the 21st Century, which makes this a laughable logo.
Variant: The logo's font is changed, and the logo is more brighter.
Music/Sounds: The bumper music, then fades into the Palace Video jingle.
Availability: Preserved on some of their films.
Scare Factor: None. It's just so laughable because of the logo.
Nicknames: "Balakrishna and Manish's Ancestor" "Insane Black Rock Shooter"
Variant: On some of their movies, they add the name of the company, but due to the darkness, it can be barely seen.
FX/SFX: Behaving as the last logo, but with the fire moving.
Cheesy Factor: None. Music/Sounds: An deep male announcer speaking a religious phrase on Hindi for 1, 1:30 or 2 minutes, depending on the genre used.
Scare Factor: Nightmare.
Nicknames: "Sad.", TBA
FX/SFX: The smoke.
Cheesy Factor: TBA.
Music/Sounds: An less deep announcer speaking a religious phrase in Hindi, along with low beeps repeating every barely-milisecond.
Availability: Uncommon. Seen on their films from the time.
Scare Factor: Medium to nightmare.
FX/SFX: BRS's hair being blown by the wind.
Cheesy Factor: TBA
Availability: Seen on Chail, and other films for the time.
Scare Factor: Low, bordering on medium to nightmare for both variants.
NOTE: Sahayog Combines has been put all of it's logos to nightmare. Years later (or when Sahayog was still producing films): Aadamee Pictures, El Cellón Pictures and Legitimate Production, Inc. would have the same behaviour as this.