Fox STAR Studios (India)
Fox STAR Studios was formed by 20th Century Fox (now 20th Century Studios) and Asia's STAR TV (both 21st Century Fox subsidiaries) in 2008 to distribute any film from 20th Century Fox in India or produce Bollywood hits such as My Name is Khan. The first film they distributed was Australia, and the first Bollywood movie they distributed was the British-produced Slumdog Millionaire (as Slumdog Corepati). They didn't use a logo until 2010, and shouldn't be confused with Foxstar Productions.
1st (and only) Logo (February 12, 2010-January 2020)
Nicknames: "The Searchlights", "CGI Searchlights", "Fox STAR Structure", "Majestic Fox STAR Structure", "Indian 20th Century Fox"
Logo: Same as the 2009 20th Century Fox logo, but the standard structure is instead replaced by "FOX STAR STUDIOS", with Star TV's star logo next to "STAR" and fitting snugly below the "X" while piercing the lines above it. The standard News Corporation byline fades in below(which has likely been removed since 2013).
Variant: Sometimes, the logo is still. Here, it looks more like the 1994 Fox logo, but with a darker sky, a orange tint, and a much uglier version of the logo, with bolder text and overly bright lighting.
FX/SFX: Same as the 1994 and 2009 TCF logos.
Music/Sounds: The 1997 Fox fanfare.
Availability: No longer current when it was renamed into 20th Century Studios this year. The logo can be found on any movie distributed by Fox Star Studios in India. It was first shown before My Name is Khan, even before the 20th Century Fox logo (non-US version) or the Fox Searchlight Pictures logo (US version) itself. The still version can be found on the trailers for said film.
Editor's Note: Another great rendition of the 2009 Fox logo.