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Wednesday, 14 August 2019

Sacred Games season 2 (spoiler free review): what to expect from the story, characters, dialogues, A-rated content, and sacred games season 3

Sacred Games season 2 review: what to expect from the story, characters, dialogues, A-rated content, and sacred games season 3

Finally, sacred games season 2 is streaming on the Netflix platform. Netflix had done great work with building the hype for the show by using their YouTube teasers and Instagram post.
Sacred Games season 2 review: what to expect from the story, characters, dialogues, A-rated content, and sacred games season 3 

The show can be seen using yours (or others) Netflix account from last night after 12 A.M. As they repeated the “Balidan dena padega.” In the context of your sleep in order to watch the show at one go.





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The first season of Sacred Games was appreciated due to its crispy dialogues and powerful on-screen presence of actors. They had inserted more star-cast in season 2 of the show by the addition of Kalki and Ranveer. Both of the new actors have major key roles in the running show of Sacred Games 2.

I will review the whole 8 episodic series without giving any spoilers.

STORY

Since Season 1 of the Sacred Games has more depth and the story has a quick flow, season 2 is more steady and all the 8 episode is more focus to build up to something new for the audience on upcoming seasons.

In the nutshell, all the 8 episodes of sacred games season 2 revolves around finding GURUJI. However, it seems like the Ganesh Gaitonde character arc come to an end and sacred games season 3 will run in the present day scenario.

CHARACTERS

This multi-character show has many more to offer to its audience. They had introduced more characters in the story with their arcs. However, the audience will miss their favorite cast doing actions and dialogues in this season. For instance, there’s nothing much for Bunty and his chattri. Similarly, Kanta Bai is out of scenes too.



Similar faith has been decided by the showrunners for Parulkar, Majid, and many other characters of the show.

DIALOGUES –

Well, this show is a beauty just because of its crispy and tight dialogues. All the writers of the show had provided the show many great dialogues that would be trending memes just by today’s evening. As the story continues, the dialogues go more political and satirical with lots of references from terrorist attacks and Hindu Purans and stories.

You will hear the story of Ganesh Gitonde (Nawaz) throughout the show narrating the story of him and this doom in Mumbai city.

A-RATED CONTENT –

Due to many delays in the show making and many other problems with its releasing, the show makers have thought to avoid any nudity and sex from the running hours of the show. So if you are expecting any nudity from any actors and actress from the show then you’ll be disappointed.

However, in a recent interview, Pankaj Tripathi aka GURUJI had said that this show is not for nudity If you want to see nude actress then watch porn. This guy really means it.

What to expect in Season 3

Since season 2 of the show is more about building the game and plot. We can expect a lot of real-time action in sacred games season 3. It’s a wrap of most of the popular character of the show till now, so we can expect a new set of characters in season 3 of the show.

I advise you to watch the show but not with a load of great expectations. Just remember this sacred games season 2 is more about building a platform where season 3 and 4 of the sacred games are about to happen. 


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It will be a good watch for all the fan of Netflix's sacred games. It would be a meditation journey and trust me the dialogues of the show are really content to the audience. Best of luck to watch the show in one go.


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