Saif Ali Khan Is Not Happy With Sacred Games Second Season
Saif Ali Khan shared that while he is okay with the cliffhanger of the last season, he believes the audience preferred the first season more
Saif Ali Khan is one of the biggest stars in Bollywood. The actor started his career in 1993 with Parampara. Throughout the span of his career, he starred in many films such as Ek Tha Raja, Kya Kehna, Main Khiladi Tu Anari and some of his biggest hits which included Dil Chahta Hai, Kal Ho Naa Ho and Hum Tum. He also ventured into the digital medium with Sacred Games last year, and fans of the show have been lauding her performance even more. However, as compared to the first season of the show, the latest season, which was released in summer this year, was not too well received by the audience.
Playing Sartaj Singh in the show, Saif shared his views on the second season. He said that while he was okay with the cliffhanger, he still preferred the response he received for season 1. In an interview with Bollywood Hungama, he shared, “I am not as happy as I was with response to part 1. I think some people found it a little different and it was always going to be a little different. It is called Sacred Games and it is about a guru going on about things. I have a spot boy whose opinion I quite value, his name is Hira, and he said who guru ka thoda zyada ho gaya.”
Speaking of the ending of the second season of Sacred Games, Saif continued, “I was okay with the ending because it doesn’t make a difference – either it blows up or he saves it. I quite like the show; it was differently placed. The first season had some crazy things – Cuckoo’s character and development of my character. Vikram Motwane really nailed it as a director. Second season, the climax could have been - I like it but I can understand people preferred the first one, that’s the vibe I got.” After his last outing, the actor will be next seen in Laal Kaptaan, followed by Taanaji and Jawaani Jaaneman.