Netflix renewed Sacred Games for Season 2, as announced by New Director Neeraj Ghaywan

Sacred Games Season 2

It's time for sacred games season 2, Netflix renews as announced by New Director Neeraj Ghaywan. As we all know sacred games season one already created budge on the online platform Netflix and everyone loved the series and make it popular around in the country.
Netflix renewed the sacred games for the second season. It announced on Friday (21 September), two and a half months since the show premiered on the Netflix. Sacred games season 2 will be start from where it left in the first season series, diving further into Ganesh Gaitonde’s (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) past and describing more his relationship with his “third father” Guruji (Pankaj Tripathi), who was introduced in season 1. Release of the season 2 will begins later in India and overseas.

There’s a change of director for Sacred Games season 2, with Neeraj Ghaywan (Masaan) who manage the parts that involve for the role Sartaj Singh (Saif Ali Khan), as he attempts to save Mumbai from the nuclear attack in the series. Anurag Kashyap will continue to direct as director for the other portions involving Gaitonde character. Sacred games Season 1 co-director Vikramaditya Motwane will continue as showrunner, and Varun Grover is still the lead writer for the series based on Vikram Chandra’s novel of the same name.

From the sources, the cast and crew of the sacred games season 2 had hinted that work for second season has begun in several interviews and appearance. First season of sacred games was much more appreciated by the viewers in India. So it will more useful and productive for the sacred season 2 for sure.

Sacred Games was the first original series of Netflix from India that was followed in August by the horror miniseries Ghoul, starring Radhika Apte in the lead. Several other production houses are in the process to work with Netflix, including Shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chillies-produced and Emraan Hashmi-starrer Bard of Blood, cricket and corruption drama Selection Day based on Aravind Adiga’s book, and Leila, based on Prayaag Akbar’s book of the same title.

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