Sacred Games Season 2 will continue the epic story of the first season with even bigger action. The much-awaited trailer of Sacred Games Season 2 is finally here and the fans can finally live in peace knowing their favorite series is coming back soon. Sacred Games Season 2 on air 1st episode 15th August Netflix original series.

Saif Ali Khan and Nawazuddin Siddique in the lead, the Netflix original series become highly popular among the audience for its intriguing story that kept us hooked to the screens till the last episode.

The fans have been waiting since then for Sacred Games season 2 air on 15th August 2019. And, this thrilling trailer filled with crime, passion, and mystery will finally calm their cravings a bit.

It was confirmed last year that Indian thriller Sacred Games, based on Vikram Chandra’s 2006 novel of the same name, would be returning to Netflix for season two.

Sacred Games Season 2

Speaking about what to expect from the new episodes, Nawazuddin Siddiqui told Mid-Day Even if people know Ganesh Gaitonde they won’t know what to expect from him. We shot extensively across Mombasa (Kenya), Cape Town and Johannesburg.”

Pankaj Tripathi added: “As an actor, I can’t talk in detail about the show. I’ve been asked not to. But yes, I can definitely say that the scale of the show is huge this time. The writing is fantastic and the show will be very interesting.”

Adapted from Vikram Chandra’s novel by the same name, Sacred Games follows the story of a police officer Sartaj Singh (Saif Ali Khan) who struggles to save his city from a big catastrophe in 25 days. He receives a call from the famous Mumbai Gangster, Ganesh Gaitonde (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) and has to solve the cryptic warning in order to stop the worst from happening.

The trailer for season 2 will continue the same story with more intriguing twists and turn. It is filled with some epic shots and promises even bigger action than season 1.

And as it says,

‘The worst is yet to come!’

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