Sacred Games 2: Here’s everything you need to know before you binge watch the show!
The most awaited series of the year (after Game of Thrones, of course) is BACK! Yes, we are talking about Sacred Games season 2 which has begun streaming on Netflix!
So as you all get set to nose dive into the new season and binge watch it before the day ends, here’s everything you need to know about this Saif Ali Khan – Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer thriller. No spoilers, we promise!
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- The movie which is based on Vikram Chandra’s novel of the same name, has gone past the story written by the author. So there is something new for fans who have read the novel. New plot twists and character additions is sure to keep everyone glued to the screens.
- After killing off some fan favourite characters in season 1 like Katekar (Jitendra Joshi), Kukoo (Kubra Sait) and Anjali Mathur (Radhika Apte), season 2 is sort of making up to it by ensuring some interesting additions to the cast like – Kalki Koechlin, Ranveer Shorey, Luke Kenny and Amruta Subhash amongst others
- Made In Heaven star Shobhita Dhulipalia is also expected to join the cast, though details around her character have been carefully kept under wraps. No mention about her role has been made by her or the team
- Surveen Chawla and Elnaaz Norouzi who had brief appearances in season 1, have much bigger roles in season 2. We cannot wait to see what they have to offer
- The three ladies in Gaitonde’s life who take centre stage in this season are described as Master (Amruta Subhash), Mistress (Elnaaz Norouzi) and Muse (Surveen Chawla). Each of them share a special relationship with Gaitonde that impacts all the decisions he makes
- With only 12 days left to save Mumbai, Saif’s character Sartaj Singh will be racing against time whilst uncovering some hard-hitting truths about his family and an unexpected connection between his father and Gaitonde
- Netflix has invested a whopping 100 crore on the making of Season 2 which just makes it bigger than most Bollywood feature films. Well, talk about getting bigger and better!