Sacred Games Season 2 Teaser Launched; Kalki Koechlin brought in for Season 2

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Netflix’s fan favorite show Sacred Games is set to roll out its second season and fans are up for a treat. As per reports makers of the show have roped in Indian actress Kalki Koechlin for its next edition. It is also, believed that she will play a pivotal role in the hugely intriguing storyline.

Ever since Sacred Games released its first edition on 28th June last year, its become a big hit, harnessing a huge fanbase. The show is immensely popular among the audiences and is due to be back with a season 2 very soon. The mystery from season 1 will continue as the next edition will hopefully reveal Ganesh Gaitonde’s claims regarding the destruction of Mumbai in 25 days.

Lead actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui added to the excitement of fans by revealing that season 2 will be the baap of season one. “Sab Mar Jayenge, Sirf Trivedi Bachega”. The mystery behind these lines is what has kept the fans on their toes.

Elsewhere, according to a report by Bollywood Hungama, Kalki Koechlin will join the star-studded cast of season 2. Kalki is well renowned for her roles in Anurag Kashyap’s Dev D and Zoya Akhtar’s Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara. The 35-year-old actress is set to play a crucial role in the series. Kalki was last seen in Amazon Prime’s series Made in Heaven and Zoya Akhtar’s Gullyboy.

Recently, Netflix teased its fans by tweeting, “14 din mein kuch bada hone wala hai” and this particular tweet sent the fans into a frenzy.

Following up the countdown, Netflix later tweeted, “6 din mein sab kuch dikhayi dene lagega”.

Fans weren’t exactly sure whether a release date will be revealed or will Netflix release a trailer due to the cryptic nature of the tweets, keeping up with the mysterious style of the show. As it would turn out, April 1 was the big date, April fools day. Earlier today, Netflix released a big teaser starring Katekar, Bunty and Kukoo along with a big crossover. Check out the post below.

Any F.R.I.E.N.D.S fans here?

Published by Amrit Santlani on 02 Apr 2019

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