You’re not alone if you’re also waiting for the second season of Netflix’s first Indian series ‘Sacred Games’. The first season ended on a massive cliffhanger; In the last scene, Sartaj (played by Saif Ali Khan) finds the body of Trivedi tied to a chair in the underground Nuclear Bunker.
But he is not dead as Saif had revealed in March that the second season of Sacred Games will revolve around Trivedi. Also that it will have a total of 32 episodes, divided in 4 seasons. Really hope the other 3 seasons are just as good and engaging as the first one.
Whether it was Ganesh Gaitone’s powerful dialogues or Sartaj and Katekar’s friendship, this season was full of funny and heartbreaking moments. Here are our favorites.
1. You know the show is going to be amazing when it kicks off with this line.
“Do you believe in god?” “God doesn’t give a f**k.”
2. Gaitonde walking out of the Hindu hotel in slow mo was one of my favorite scenes.
“From the hindu hotel I learned how religion can screw over anyone.”
3. Gaitonde dropping truth bombs.
4. When Gaitonde pretty much summed up politics in 2018.
“That day I learned drugs, guns and violence are small time business. Real business is politics.”
5. Shoutout to Varun Grover for his incredible work in this show.
“While I was running after Kukoo, the country was running after the temple.”
6. “I may be a bad guy, but I’m not like you.”
“Here’s Badariya. He’s a Muslim. He eats with us in the same plate. That’s Bunty, he’s a Hindu devotee. He also eats with us. There are two guys outside and one Parsi guy who cooks food here. I may be a bad guy, but I’m not like you.”
8. Katekar deserved better.
“They think if you clean the beach everyday, it will become clean. Clean today, and the sea brings ten times more garbage next day. We catch crime and go home at night, and the same crime starts over the next day.”
“But sir, it’s clean today. That’s enough.”
9. When Sartaj finally gives in to the system.
10. Gaitonde dropping truth bombs (2)
“Religion is the biggest business in the world. They use fear of god to screw over people.”
“I thought if the prime minister was dishonest, how could I walk down the straight path?”
12. We’re all just stories.
“God talks to us in stories. Our life is a story.”
13. When Subhadra shut him down. Definitely the most powerful dialogue of the season.
“The poor don’t fear god. They love him. He gives them strength. Religion is the biggest business, which you speak of, is only for the rich and powerful. All the poor do is struggle. They wash people’s cars, houses and toilets. They’re welcomed only at temples. They play loud music and dance during the festivals, not to please god.. but to enjoy their one day of freedom. They’re not allowed inside dance clubs, so they make the city their dance floor. They feel like they belong here, like they’re equals. They feel like they’re not f***wits, they are humans.”
14. Name a better duo than Sartaj and Katekar, I’ll wait.
15. Kukoo ka jaadu.
“If the girl leaves with her man in the first scene, the film will be a flop.”
16. “Apun ko Kukoo ki khushi chahiye. Kukoo ki smile chahiye.”
“I don’t want Kukoo’s magic, I want Kukoo.”
17. This scene broke me forever.
18. When Sartaj shut Parulkar down. Legit smiled at Radhika Apte’s expressions.
19. When Katekar finally gets to watch Zoya Mirza live and his family looks at him in the purest way possible.