|Khun Hna Sin A Lwan|
|Directed by||Maung Wunna|
|Based on||Khun Hna Sin A Lwan|
by Min Lu
|Music by||Sandayar Hla Htut|
|Edited by||Ko Ko (MDY)|
Pan Wai Wai Film
Khun Hna Sin A Lwan (Burmese : ခုနှစ်စဉ်အလွမ်း) is a 1990 Burmese black & white drama film, directed by Maung Wunna starring Thu Maung and Khin Than Nu. Maung Wunna won the Best Director Award, Thu Maung won the Best Actor Award and Khin Than Nu won the Best Actress Award in 1990 Myanmar Motion Picture Academy Awards for this film.
|1990||Myanmar Motion Picture Academy Awards||Best Director||Maung Wunna||Won|
|Best Actor||Thu Maung||Won|
|Best Actress||Khin Than Nu||Won|
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