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User Reviews

Great until the end (and I don't mean the end is great)
May 31, 2008
roseytrebles -
This movie was just about everything I hoped it would be, except for the stupid tacked-on ending. Rekha and Amitabh are up there with Shah Rukh and Kajol as a great couple of Hindi cinema, and I loved seeing them... Full review
not good to watch second time
Feb 24, 2008
freshonion -
I've been dreaming of watching Silsila since 1981 and recently it has come true. I read an annotation in CineBlitz and Yash Chopra's interview in one of the Russian newspapers and thus expected to see something outstanding. Unfortunately I was... Full review
Good Story........BUT!!
Oct 01, 2007
ladyindahouse_3 -
Good movie BUT i was sadly disappointed by the ending.The beginning starts off with Jaya and Shashi which i have to say they made a nice couple then he dies and all of a sudden Amitabh has to hold responsibility... Full review
Superb-the best of Chopra+Big B after Deewaar
Dec 18, 2006
diligentdrool_14 -
Silsila-one of the most sensitive, humane and intense movies ever made. The film shows how a man's heart can work and how fragile a person's feelings can be...very beautifully made film-Worth watch Amitabh Bachchan's performance leaves a deep impact on... Full review
Nov 07, 2002
Silsila is based on the true story of Amitabh, Jaya, and Rekha. As with many great movies that don't follow the typical Bollywood format this was a big flop when it was released, and yet there is no one today... Full review
A new theme for India when it was released
Jun 18, 2000
desiensus -
This movie was billed as a true story when it came out. Even though it is still a masala Bollywood movie, it has some striking resemblences to the life story of the leading ladies and the hero, Amitabh Bachan. In... Full review

Critics Reviews

| Oct 10, 1954
Zee News, India
Yash Chopra`s Silsila was Rekha`s most talked about art film, as her co-star was Amitabh Bachchan, her alleged beau at the time. The film bombed at the BO, but remains to be classic romance. The actress loves the colour white. ... Full Review


I love Bollywood. I grew up watching Bollywood films like Sita Aur Geeta, Satyam Shivam Sundaram, Coolie and so many other movies. There is a lot of talent there and if an opportunity is there and presented in a right... ... Full Article

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