Blu-ray version - The main characters are enjoyable, but most of the movie in general is just average.
The early part of the movie has a very contemporary/futuristic dance scene (seems out of place, but they explain it) with lots of young ladies in a variety of cool/skimpy outfits (average music).
The dance/music skit with Kareena Kapoor is GREAT (in the middle of the movie, it's the only scene that she is in). And the last 15 minutes of the movie are enjoyable (good ending).
The blu-ray version is definitely an improvement over the DVD quality (but the DVD looks good in most places). The other reviewer might be right that the overall PQ of this Blu-ray is not up to normal blu-ray specs (hard for me to be sure, I'm using a 2005 big-screen DLP TV).
The DVD is dual-layer with the same bonus material as the blu-ray ("making of" & deleted scenes), same 16x9 anamorphic aspect ratio, but the Blu-ray has the DTS audio option and is sharper.