Tarun Ghosh

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Tarun Ghosh
তরুন ঘোষ
NationalityBangladeshi
OccupationArt director
animation editor
Years active2000present
Notable work
Kittonkhola
Awards National Film Award (1st time)

Tarun Ghosh is a Bangladeshi art director and animation editor. He won Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Art Direction for the film Kittonkhola (2000). [1] [2]

Contents

Selected films

Animation editor

Art director

Awards and nominations

National Film Awards

YearAwardCategoryFilmResult
2000National Film Award Best Art Direction Kittonkhola Won

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