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Sujatha Cine Arts is a Indian Tamil-language film company founded by K. Balaji in 1966.

1st Logo (1970-1987)[]

WARNING: Do not watch the logo if you're prone to epilepsy.

Logo: Over a color-changing background, we see the silhouette of a statue rotating 90 degrees. The statue gets illuminated, revealling to be a griffin holding a small shield with "SCA" engraved. The griffin stands on a pedestal which reads "SUJATHA CINE ARTS".

FX/SFX: Live-action.


  • A version with the Tamil text of the company's name on the wing intact.
  • Sometimes, the background can be a different color.
  • On a few movies, the logo can be darker or brighter. This is possibly due to film issues.

Music/Sounds: A bombastic yet happy-sounding trumpet fanfare.

Availability: Seen on some movies by the banner, such as Sattam.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo (July 20, 2007)[]

Logo: On a space background with a gold light and a gold searchlight, we see the silhouette of a statue from before now in a 3D model on a pedestal. 2 more searchlights cross, illuminating the statue (with a griffin and "SCA" in gold). "SUJATHA CINE ARTS" in gold and in a futuristic font, wipes in via light effect and shines. The searchlights continue to cross.

FX/SFX: 3D CGI animation.

Music/Sounds: A remastered version of the previous logo.

Availability: Only seen on Kireedam.

Editor's Note: None.