A sliding droplet over the silicon oil film is examined and the dynamics of droplet motion are explored. The solution crystallized wafer surfaces are silicon oil impregnated and the uniform thickness oil film is realized. A recording facility operating at high-speed and the tracker program are used to monitor and evaluate the droplet dynamics during droplet sliding. The sliding behavior and flow generated in the droplet fluid are predicted by adopting the experimental terms. Findings revealed that the crystallized surface possesses the texture composing of spherules and fibrils, which give rise to 132 ± 4 deg contact angle and 38 ± 4 deg hysteresis. Oil impregnation on the crystalized surface improves the optical transmittance by three times for 250–500 nm wavelength range and almost 1.5 times after 500–850 nm wavelengths of the optical spectrum. The oil rim and ridges are developed in sliding water droplet vicinity while influencing droplet motion; however, this influence is estimated as almost 12% of droplet gravitational energy change during sliding. A circulatory flow is developed inside the droplet fluid and the maximum velocity in the droplet fluid changes as the droplet location changes on the oil surface during its sliding.