Sacred Games 2: Netflix Drops MAJOR Hints About The Title Of Next Four Episodes

Mohnish Singh
1:06 PM

Though there is no official announcement regarding the premiere date of the forthcoming season of Sacred Games, we know that fans will not have to wait really long because, in one of their recent tweets, Netflix revealed that they are set to announce something big in next fourteen days, which means we could hear an announcement on 1st April. While many fear that the tweet might be an April fool prank, there are millions who are waiting with bated breath to get to know what is going to happen on 1st April and if the streamer will finally unveil the release date of Sacred Games 2.

While we don’t know what is in store for us, what we can tell our readers at the moment is that Netflix has dropped hints about the name of the four episodes of Sacred Games 2. Recently, the leading streaming media giant shared pictures of different mandala designs with names of four episodes of the immensely popular digital series. If these Instagram posts by Netflix are to be believed, the initial four episodes of Sacred Games Season 2 are titled as Bidalah-a-Gita, Katham Asti, Antara Mahavana and Unagamam.

Headlined by Saif Ali Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui, the first season of the series drew widespread acclaim from various quarters. Saif and Nawaz return to reprise their roles in the second season with Pankaj Tripathi, who was introduced in season one as Gaitonde’s third father, having a more prominent part to the essay in season two. While Sacred Games was co-directed by Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane, Sacred Games 2 is being helmed by Kashyap and Neeraj Ghaywan.

All fans who followed the first season would know that mandala designs played a crucial role in the previous installment. The eight episodes of the first season were named as Ashwathama, Halahala, Atapi Vatapi, Brahmahatya, Sarama, Pretakalpa, Rudra and Yayati.

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