Sacred Games Season 2

This Retro Look Of ‘Sacred Games’ Characters Is Like A Throwback To 70’s Bombay

While you can’t wait for the second season ‘Sacred Games’, the gang is busy recreating the nostalgic vibes of Mumbai in the 70’s. Scroll down to have a look at the entire cast of the immensely popular Netflix series in some very new and edgy avatars.

Popular Netflix Series - Sacred Games

From Saif Ali Khan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui Kalki Koechlin, Pankaj Tripathi, Ranvir Shorey, Surveen Chawla, Luke Kenny, and Jatin Sarna – the series’ pivotal characters can be seen taking a break from their usual looks, projecting an intriguing, gangster-like mood-board.

“We handpicked pieces from various designers, high-street labels, and the actors’ personal vintage collections, and the final ensembles channeled the decade’s anti-conformist, chic approach to fashion”, says celebrity stylist Tanya Ghavri, who worked on the looks along with Mohit Rai.

Saif Ali Khan - Sacred Games

Calling the second season of Sacred Games a ‘very creative experience’, the protagonist of the series, Saif Ali Khan aka Sartaj Singh says the second season pretty much picks up from where season 1 ends.

While season 1 set the stage, this season develops it further, and deals more with the inner workings of Sartaj’s mind, personality, background, family, and father. It’s a logical progression; there’s a little more action, there’s a little more speed and drama, and it’s also when the whole sacred angle comes in.

Kalki aka Batya in Sacred Games

Speaking about her character in the new season, Kalki aka Batya says she is from a very ‘conflicting background’.

Her father is Jewish French and her mother is Palestinian, who had abandoned her as a teenager. You will see Batya’s journey of transforming from a rebellious, angry teenager with a drug addiction to this very calm woman over the years, once she reaches Guruji’s Ashram.

The second season of the series is all set to release on Netflix, this Independence Day.

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