Sacred Games Series: Do You Remember Season one’s Story? Check The Recap Here

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The most anticipated Indian web series Sacred Games swallow the whole attention of the audience. The world is eagerly waiting for the new season and let me tell you that only three more days to go. Are you excited to watch the new season?

As per sources, after season 2, the makers will not come up with season 3. Yes, season 2 will be the last and end part of Sacred Games series. “In season 2, anything you don’t expect is going to be there and it will provoke people, surprise people. The story arcs have gone wild,” says the director Anurag Kashyap.

Well, in a sneak-peak video, Saif Ali Khan said, “Season two of Sacred Games was a very creative experience. With some really bright people and that’s not an environment that you find everyday.”

We know that most anticipated series Sacred Games story revolves around 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. Amidst the chaos, the trappings of a corrupt underworld are revealed.

Sacred Games is based on Vikram Chandra’s 2006 novel of the same name. The new season also added Sobhita Dhulipala. However, we are going crazy for season two. Do you still remember season one’s story?

Before start watching the new season, let’s do a recap of season one.

Sartaj Singh is a troubled police inspector in Mumbai police, living on sleeping pills and seeking validation from a police force he nevertheless loathes for its corruption. He receives an anonymous phone call from Ganesh Gaitonde, a notorious crime lord who has been missing for 16 years.

He tells Singh to save the city in 25 days, which initiates a chain of events that burrows deep into India’s dark underworld. In the journey, Singh is helped by a Research and Analysis Wing officer, Anjali Mathur.

Watch the season one recap video here

The first four episodes of Sacred Games premiered on 29 June 2018, with the full season of eight episodes released on Netflix on 6 July across 191 countries; it had subtitles in more than 20 languages.

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