Saif Ali Khan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Radhika Apte featuring Netflix original ‘Sacred Games’ has taken the internet by storm completely. Its content and the excellent performances by actors have sent the social media into a tizzy. Only the first season of Sacred Games has released and it raised the popularity level so high. The cast of the series has also been chosen wisely.
It gave the viewers a serious habit of watching that they can’t afford to miss even a single episode. Above all, its eighth episode made the viewers demanding Sacred Games season 2 from the makers desperately. Reliance Entertainment and Phantom films jointly produced this Netflix original and when season 2 is in line, it will be produced by the same production house.
Since the first season has been ended, the viewers of the show have now started demanding its second season by tweeting on their social media handles asking for the new season. So a new hashtag has been started trending on Twitter: ‘#WeWantSacredGames2’.
It was the bestest web series I have ever watched…… Can't wait more to watch it's second season….. #WewantSacredGames2 @SacredGames_Tv @NetflixIndia @VikramMotwane @anuragkashyap72 @RelianceEnt @FuhSePhantom pic.twitter.com/B9556D1j5C
— Pankaj chhabra (@pankajchhabra03) July 26, 2018
#WeWantSacredGames2 because let’s be honest, we fans couldn’t get enough of season 1!
— Chirag Gupta (@Gupta__Chirag) July 26, 2018
— Aman (@amankatiyar14) July 26, 2018
Also, the lead actor of the show gave out a few spoilers recently on what subject the next season will focus on. He revealed that a nuclear threat looms large over Mumbai and audience will get to see more of his ex-wife.
The show is said to be inspired from Vikram Chandra epic book Sacred Games and it is directed by Vikramaditya Motwane (director of movies like Udaan, Lootera, and Bhavesh Joshi Superhero). Motwane while talking about working with Netflix said,“It would mean more work for all of us, more work for new writers, actors, directors, and as an Indian, something to be really proud of.”
Talking about the idea of the show, the director Motwane said,“The idea was to take a local story and make it work for a global audience.” He added that “Anurag and I don’t make the kind of films that are going to perform on a Friday or a Saturday or a Sunday.”
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