Homi Master (?–1949) was an actor-director of early Indian cinema. His work extended from the silent era to the talkie era up to his death. He produced his best films for Kohinoor Film Company and has been referred as "silent cinema's most successful film-maker".Master acted in the then controversial film Bhakta Vidur (1921), Kala Naag, and Kulin Kanta. Some of his important films were Bismi Sadi, Manorama, Do Ghadi Ki Mauj (1935), Samaj Ki Bhool(1934), Gul Sanobar (1934). He was active from 1921–49 and made over seventy-eight films. His later films in Gujarati and Hindi were termed as 'B' class films. He died in 1949.