House No. 44

House No. 44, India, 01 January 1955

In the movie Ashok works for a notorious gangster Sunder and his men. One day he comes across a dead body and he reports it to the police. Ashok than meets Nimmo and falls in love with her. Nimmo asks Ashok to leave the life of a gangster and settle down with her. Ashok agrees but after a few days of not having any food, Ashok realizes that he was better of being a gangster. The rest of the movie portrays the struggle of Ashok trying to stay with Nimmo or with Sunder.

  • Genre: Thriller
  • Runtime: 152 Minutes
  • Director: M.K. Burman


House No. 44 is a 1955 Hindi film directed by M. K. Burman and produced by Dev Anand for his banner Navketan Films. The movie stars Dev Anand and Kalpana Kartik in a lead role. The film is also noted for its popular songs with music by Sachin Dev Burman with lyrics by Sahir Ludhianvi, including Teri Duniya Mein Jeene Se and Chup Hai Dharti Chup Hain Chand Sitaare sung by Hemant Kumar.