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|Occupation||Art director and Actor|
| Aradhana |
|Awards||National Film Award (5th times)|
Abdus Sobur is a Bangladeshi art director and actor. He won Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Art Direction five times for the films Aradhana (1979), Surjogrohon (1986), The Affliction of Estrangement (1989), Surjogrohon (1990), Ghatak (1994).
National Film Awards
|1979||National Film Award||Best Art Direction||Aradhana||Won|
|1986||National Film Award||Best Art Direction||Surjogrohon||Won|
|1989||National Film Award||Best Art Direction||The Affliction of Estrangement||Won|
|1990||National Film Award||Best Art Direction||Surjogrohon||Won|
|1994||National Film Award||Best Art Direction||Ghatak||Won|
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