Kyaa Hogaa, a Hindi Feature Film is based on a well known novelist and story writer of Urdu and Hindi Munshi Premchand’s short story “Kafan.” It is a satire on the degradation of human beings and talks about a father Gheesu and his son Madav duo who need money to cremate the son's wife Bhudiya after her premature death during childbirth. Both are poor and belong to the community of low-caste and never make both ends meet. Their only desire in life is to be full their stomach and for that they can go to any extent. Emotions, relationships and self respect are alien to them due to extreme poverty and despair which seems quite reasonable but Premchand points out the grey areas in the portrayal of Gheesu and Madav by showing them lethargic, slothful, workshy and notorious. To perform the funeral rites for Budhia, they ask the villagers for some monetary assistance. But then drink liquor and eat their favourite food properly from the money collected for shroud. They bless the soul & feel sad for what they have done in the end. The film “Kyaa hogaa” has done justice to the story and conveys its strong message maintaining its sensitivity and realism.