Masud Pathik is a Bangladeshi filmmaker, poet and lyricist. His feature films Nekabborer Mohaproyan won seven and Maya: The Lost Mother won eight Bangladesh National Film Awards. Individually, he won the Best Lyrics and Best Story awards. Pathik edits a magazine, Bratya, that focuses on the life and livelihood of the subaltern people of Bangladesh. He also acts as the assistant editor of Pothorekha, a literary magazine in Bangladesh, and he is an executive member of Jatiyo Kobita Parishad, Bangladesh. He is the founder and chairman of Bratya Film, and Bratya Creation.
Pathik has got national awards including film award. 1. In Literature as a poet, Kali o Kolom HSBC Bank award. 2. As the best director, Telecine film award, Kolkata. 3. Special selection, SAARC film fest award, Srilanka. He has already got nine literary awards with prestigious Kali o Kolom HSBC Bank award. Masud Pathik has got total fourteen awards for his cultural activities. Achievement and Awards: Masud Pathik won the Bangladesh National Film Award for 2014 for his film Nekabbarer Moha proyan which he directed and produced, and the best lyricist prize. The film won seven National Film Awards.
In 2019 he won 8 national films award for his another film “Maya: The lost mother”. The film won total of fifteen National Film and twenty two international Awards.
Masud Pathik, a poet and research fellow, obtained. Now he is doing Ph.D. research on Bangladeshi Cinema. He started his career as a freelance writer and a lecturer of Bengali language and literature at a college.