Kamal Ghosh (1910-1983; often misspelled in film credits as Kamaal) was an Indian film director and cinematographer. Although a native of Kolkata, West Bengal, he was active mostly in Tamil and Telugu cinema.
Kamal Ghosh was the nephew of filmmaker, writer and actor Debaki Bose. He received training from his uncle, working with New Theaters, Kolkata, in various aspects of filmmaking. It was the lawyer turned filmmaker Krishnaswamy Subramanyam who brought Ghosh to South India. Ghosh worked as the cinematographer for the Tamil-language Jupiter Pictures film Anaadhai Penn (1938) that was directed by R. Prakash. Ghosh's photography, especially the lighting, was widely praised.