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Streaming giant Netflix is set to release the second season of hit Indian thriller Sacred Games on 15 August around the world.
Sacred Games S2 on Netflix 9 July 2019
“Picking up from the nail-biting finish of Season 1, the upcoming season twists, turns and swerves in the ultimate mission to save the City of Dreams,” Mumbai, said Netflix, as it unveiled the season trailer.

This series sees Saif Ali Khan (Sartaj Singh) embark on a journey of self-discovery, struggle to solve the mystery of Gaitonde’s third father, and attempt to salvage his floundering marriage, all while trying to save Mumbai from a massacre. In turn, Nawazuddin Siddiqui returns as Ganesh Gaitonde (pictured), who, in his quest to re-establish his power and position as the king of Mumbai’s underworld, sets up a new cartel in foreign lands.

Batya Abelman (Kalki Koechlin) and Shahid Khan (Ranvir Shorey), the new characters joining the cast will, said Netflix, add numerous twists to the tale. While Guruji (Pankaj Tripathi), the self-proclaimed renaissance man, helps shape the new season of the Netflix original.

Vikramaditya Motwane, showrunner for the second season, said: “We’re extremely excited to finally be able to share with the fans of Sacred Games what they’ve all been waiting for with bated breath - the date of its release on Netflix!

“This season is bigger, more compelling, and totally unexpected. Be prepared to discover a different side to each character as we take the audience on a tremendous journey, and address questions left unanswered last season.”

Directed by Anurag Kashyap and Neeraj Ghaywan, the series has been adapted by Vikram Chandra’s book of the same name. Writers Varun Grover, Smita Singh and Vasant Nath have adapted the book for the screen.