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I have two separate objects in a Blender file (say a cube and a sphere). Unity import this file (OBJ type) as a single gameObject which is not want I want. I want cube and sphere to be two separate gameObjects.

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You must use separate OBJ files for this.

You could also import .blend files directly: https://docs.unity3d.com/Manual/HOWTO-ImportObjectBlender.html

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