Featuring the true Bollywood gems, Saif Ali Khan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Radhika Apte, Netflix has released a new trailer for their upcoming new web TV series, Sacred Games. The Sacred Games Trailer starts with compelling voices of Saif Ali Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui where they both are seen talking over a phone. The very next scene explains what is going to happen in the entire series – a hunt for a man who is as threatening as worst fear. Meanwhile, the music in this TV series is coated with a voice of the only rising star, Divine. Adding more mystery to the trailer and the entire web series, this music is the best add-on.
Sacred Games new trailer reveals the gravity of the story in its first take when we find Saif speaking about a danger that may kill the entire city. Not sure who is the man behind the voice heard by him on the telephone, and Saif Ali Khan is shown going crazy and being suspended from his police job. But then Radhika Apte is displayed asking for his help. Although, this sounds as well as look plain and simple, yet we think there lies a twist in it. Because it is not clear why Saif is suspended, although Radhika Apte does clarify why she needs his help, there are few strings left untold which are good.
This new trailer of Sacred Games has again revealed that Nawazuddin Siddiqui can beat anyone in acting and his dialogue delivery is no less than a marvel in itself. In a Punjab Police uniform, Saif Ali Khan looks convincing, and even the voice suits the role. We have seen him in many characters; this is something his fans are going to love like anything. Radhika Apte, on the other hand, is the perfect match to this show, and her skills to perform in any TV show and movie of any genre have always been commendable.
Watch the new Sacred Games Trailer here –
Sacred Games, directed by Vikramaditya Motwane and Anurag Kashyap will release on Netflix on 6 July 2018.
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