By Shefa Siddiqui
[Do you believe in God?] Bhagwan ko mante ho? Well! Sacred Games session first is now one-year-old story which undoubtedly created a buzz among the netizens or web series lovers and managed to set a new trend of cinema watching for young generation of the millennium. But as the one-year-long nail biting wait is over, the second entry of Sacred Games has much to offer for its lovers.
To keep Ganesh Gaetonde and Sartaj Singh abusive squabbles floating in your mind, we have collected a number of things you need to know before watching sacred games season2.
The series has a total of eight episodes as was in the first season and got released on midnight of 15th August 2019 with an exception of being released on Thursday marking a national holiday in the country.
Sacred Games part 2 is directed by Anurag Kashyap and Neeraj Ghaywan. The second series begins where the first series left off including Saif Ali Khan playing the role of Sartaj Singh like the Mumbai policeman tries to oppose a powerful nuclear bombard that he unveiled during the end of the first series after being streamed by the gangster Ganesh Gaitonde (Nawazuddin Siddiqui).
New faces have been casted in the series including Kalki Koechlin (Margarita with a Straw) playing the role of Batya Abelman, an old-time devotee of Guruji (Pankaj Tripathi), who played a bigger role in part 2 post cameo display. Amruta Subhash (Gully Boy) connects with the cast and crew being a RAW agent Kusum Devi Yadav, in a character that has been gender-upturned from the book of Vikram Chandra on which the show is primarily based. Moreover, Ranvir Shorey (Khosla Ka Ghosla!) has played the role of Pakistani intelligence officer Shahid Khan. Sobhita Dhulipala (Made in heaven) and Harshita Gaur (Sadda Haq) have been displayed in a hidden role.
The series will prove a bang like the first one and will entertain its audience with lots of mysterious drama and unexpected turns unfolding as the story advances. So keep yourself free for some time and enjoy the unmatched don-like persona of Nawazuddin Siddiqui.