Sacred Games 2 Trailer:
Despite Ganesh Gaitonde being dead already, the story is still incomplete and that’s why Sartaj Singh refuses to stop his exploration. When it comes to Ganesh Gaitonde’s (Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s) story, that will be explored in the upcoming second season of popular web-series Sacred Games, there’s something that is still left. The trailer of the show’s second season arrived on the Internet today and it will keep you hooked till the last end second.
Inspector Sartaj Singh (Saif Ali Khan) learns that notorious gangster Ganesh Gaitonde is dead at the end of the first season post a series of bizarre events. He is now tasked with putting together pieces of a puzzle, that Ganesh Gaitonde has left behind and figure out the details of the ‘war’ that is standing on the doorstep.
In a brief segment, Ganesh Gaitonde makes a confession that he underestimated ‘the game’ and says it’s bigger than anyone, including himself.
There are some new characters Kalki Koechlin, Pankaj Tripathi, and Ranvir Shorey that appear in the Sacred Games 2 Trailer. But as of now, it appears that the main story will be narrated only through Gaitonde’s perspective and Sartaj’s investigation.
Below have a look at the released trailer of Sacred Games season 2:
In this second season, Anurag Kashyap is taking back his director’s chair, while first season co-director: Vikramaditya Motwane is being replaced by Neeraj Ghaywan (Director of Masaan).
The shooting of Sacred Games 2 began in November 2018 with Nawazuddin Siddiqui in Nairobi, Kenya and with Saif Ali Khan in Mumbai. Neeraj Ghaywan has shot Saif Ali Khan’s plotline while Anurag Kashyap has directed Nawazuddin.
The shooting was completed in February this year and the series teaser that introduced the new cast to the viewers, including Shobita Dhulipala (Made In Heaven actress), was released in May.
This show is based on Vikram Chandra’s 2006 novel that goes by the same name and is set to premiere on Netflix on Indian Independence Day Eve that is set to arrive the following month i.e. August 15.