As we Know the Sacred Games is a very popular series in the india. After the launch of its become Popular so much.
After the Successful First series, Sacred Games 2nd Series is Going to download. Already the Excitement for the sacred game have across all over India.
Even Netflix is Promoting the Sacred Games as a weapon of company. From the Last 1 month, they are promoting all over Social Media.
Sacred Games 2 Review
A mysterious phone call from an anonymous man leads police officer Sartaj Singh on a chase around Mumbai in a dangerous cat-and-mouse game.
News of Ganesh Gaitonde creates a stir among Mumbai’s VIPs, from politicians to film stars. Removed from the case, Sartaj begins his own investigation.
The woman found in the bunker leads Sartaj to Gaitonde’s thug, Bunty. In a flashback, Gaitonde recalls stealing a lucky charm from rival Suleiman Isa.
TV starlet Nayanika visits Bunty with a hidden camera. In the mid-’80s, Gaitonde discovers a racket even more lucrative than drugs and guns: politics.
To save Nayanika, Sartaj intervenes during a RAW operation. In 1992, as political unrest increases, so does the bloodshed from Gaitonde and Isa’s feud.
When Sartaj’s constable, Katekar, is pressured to investigate the disappearance of a young man from a Muslim slum, disastrous consequences follow.
Hoping to tie up the many loose ends of their case, Sartaj and Anjali reunite to figure out how the enigmatic Trivedi is linked to Gaitonde’s prophecy.
To save Mumbai from impending doom, Sartaj races against time to find out who Gaitonde’s third father is and what’s planned to happen on the 25th day.
Why is Sacred Games awesome?
1. The Cast is Lit AF
We have all watched countless movies which didn’t get super great reviews but we still went to see them because the cast either had Nawazuddin Siddique, Radhika Apte or Neeraj Kabi in it. This was a wet dream in terms of casting for people who enjoy this genre of cinema.
On the flip side, I don’t remember when I last paid for a movie which had Saif Ali Khan in a leading role. A huge, thunderous round of applause for being the only Khan to be able to truly reinvent himself as an actor.
2. Solid Writing
When I read Godfather as a kid, I was introduced to a very interesting storytelling tool. Mario Puzo would introduce characters into the plot but would not reveal their backstory right then, as many writers do. He let the reader get comfortable with the character and then would reveal their backstory after a few chapters. It’s always more interesting to know the gory/shocking/unfortunate/great past of someone you know rather than someone who you just get introduced to. “Sacred Games” does just that. As soon as you feel you know a character and that you have put them in a stereotype in your head, the directors take us on a journey to reveal another layer of the person.