Director Alok Roy wanted to make a film, he made “Sukher Basa”, but it’s not a film, it is an instrument to eat up the brain and energy of those few audiences who will unfortunately go to watch this nightmare. There is nothing new in the concept of this film. The Story of the film revolves round an honest and retired school teacher Sushil Roy. He lives with his wife, son and daughter. His son Ananda and daughter-in-law Dolly convinces the old man to sell all his lands, so that they can buy a tea- garden. Ananda promises him to return all the money at the time of his sister Alo’s wedding. But at the time of Alo’s wedding Ananda refuses to return the money. Helpless father borrows money from someone else. Ananda throws his parents out of their house and buys a new flat. Alo doesn’t know anything about all this. The old couple gets shelter at their servant Bhalsa’s house. To repay Sushil Roy’s borrowed money Bhalsa starts smuggling and once he decides to confess everything & surrender to the police. The goons beat him up severely and as he gets well, the old teacher dies. Ananda realizes his mistakes while he gets the news of his father’s death. Alo also comes to know about this unfortunate incident. Ananda and Dolly apologies to their mother, and ultimately they were forgiven by their mother. Basically there is nothing meaningful in this film. The actors of this film know nothing about acting. They looked horrible I their make up. The songs are senseless. The camera work is more than horrible. The direction & dialogue can only irritate people and the editor seems to forget to do his job. The produce has invested money in this horrible project probably because he has acted in this film. Only the appearance Bihar’s Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on screen cannot console the frustrated audience.