Silsila is not a great film. It had good perfomances and great music. That's it. The reason one should try out the BD is to see how well Yashraj films are digitizing their old films. And that's where they are miles ahead of other vendors such as Eagle, who are also bringing out BDs of old Hindi films. But this print has the complete 182 minutes of the film. Silsila looks excellent on BD. No more of the washed out appearance. The colors are lively, and there is a bit of grain as well, thus rendering a sharp image. Not at all like the glossy DVDs. And the best part is that the audio is not tampered with, but enhanced. Not only do the songs play well, but the dialogues too are easily audible. I give it 4 stars because there are a couple of scenes that are not mastered well and look faded. Also, there are scenes in which the dialogues are very softly spoken, and the audio is very low. I am quite happy I bought the BD!
There is no doubt about the movie, and need to say about it. I would like to share something about the Blu-Ray. Movie transferred (or can say recorded) as 4:3 aspect ration. It is not pure 4:3, it is transferred as 16:9 but movie screen is 4:3, so you will see black strips on both sides(left/right). In the movie we can see the logo few times which is going outside of movie (on the black strips which are on sides).