Logo: On a red background, there's Sanae Higashihongan staring at us (with a most known face, or happy - in a loose definition of the word). Above it, there is curved text (in the form of an arch): "SEKUJI FILMS". The camera zooms out and the sculpture is fully revealed along with the rest of the background, which is a sunset.
FX/SFX: The zoom out.
Availability: Seen on Alji Khe Abadanee Batla Shikajihaa.
Scare Factor: Low to medium. Sanae is questionable, but this is nothing compared to the next logo.
Logo: On a sunset background, Sanae from the previous logo appears from the right and moves to the left side of the screen. Right after the statue stops moving, "SEKUJI FILMS" appears with a moving blood-red color to it.
Variant: On Ikhe Yotee, the text instead says "SEKUJI PICTURES'" and is plain yellow.
FX/SFX: The girl appearing and moving, the text appearing, the color moving in the text.
Cheesy Factor: The effect of Sanae moving is laughably terrible and the music might be a little too loud.
Music/Sounds: A howl of a wolf, with two bangs of a drum and a kind of roar of a panther. After this, there are more drums pounding along with another roar of a panther, with another howl of a wolf. There is the sound of a horn playing throughout.
Trivia: The music was heard at the beginning of Alji Khe Abadanee Batla Shikajihaa.
Availability: Seen on Ikhe Yotee and Chaliyo.
Scare Factor: Nightmare. The dark atmosphere, statue and music are bound to scare many people. The Ikhe Yotee variant is worse, because of the way the text looks. It is quite possibly one of the scariest Indian logos ever made. However, this is very appropriate considering the genre of films this company specializes in, also because many consider Sanae as a "ghost".
FX/SFX: Same as before, but panning in from right to left.
Cheesy Factor: TBA
Availability: Seen on Shujat Khavali.
Scare Factor: Medium to high. It's a bit tamer than the first logo.