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Outside that, much of the humour in Sacred Games season 2 otherwise rests on Gaitonde's (omniscient) narration, as was the case in season 1.
There's a rare look at the other side of the screen in season 2, which gives us a glimpse at how Gaitonde's men behave and react to the boss' shenanigans when he isn't around.
Both women are unafraid of Gaitonde, which contributes heavily to the dynamic.
And it's made more intriguing by the hints at the darkness in their respective worlds, be it demons in the past, or a terrible fate around the corner.
start investigating the fallout shelter and its contents: a dead Trivedi (Chittaranjan Tripathi).
The nuclear plot links into Hizbuddin, a fictional terror outfit that has ties to one Shahid Khan (Ranvir Shorey) — repeatedly mentioned but nowhere to be seen in the early going of season 2 — who's allegedly behind everything from the 1993 Bombay bombings to the 1999 Kandahar hijacking, per Inspector Majid Ali Khan (Aamir Bashir).
In turn, that means there's greater pressure on the cast and crew to deliver on the show's return, with Sacred Games season 2 out midnight on Thursday.
In the first three episodes — that's what Netflix gave critics access to — of Sacred Games 2, it's clear that pacing at least is not an issue.
(The parallels to Dawood Ibrahim, which the character is based on, naturally continue.) Gaitonde is both adrift and powerless, and with no cards left to play, he accepts Yadav's offer to essentially become a government pawn.Upon its debut last year, Sacred Games was given a ringing endorsement from most Indian viewers, who believed they had finally gotten a local original series that attempted to follow in the footsteps of prestige TV era that has brought about a new age of golden television in the US.(It had its faults for sure, which we have previously documented.) Though its global success remains debatable since the Netflix ratings department doesn't have an open-door policy, Sacred Games is clearly a phenomenon in India.Thankfully, the dynamic between the actors — and the profanity-laden repartee between characters — makes for easy viewing.That's especially true of the conversations between Gaitonde and Yadav, and Gaitonde and Jojo Mascarenhas (Surveen Chawla), the “talent manager” madam who was killed off in the opening moments of season 1 but has a much bigger presence on season 2.