Sacred Games 2: Here’s everything that bothered us about this season

To top it all, the object that he chooses to kill Guruji with seems poetically fitting but doesn’t seem reasonable at all. For a character like Malcolm, who has been a mercenary throughout, this was hard to believe. Dilbagh Singh’s death
We are shown that after Dilbagh Singh hesitates to sign off on the new world plan, Malcolm looks at him from afar with a syringe in his hand signalling that this was how Dilbagh Singh died. 5. Gaitonde is drugged and he suffocates Guruji with his ‘Kaal Granth’. If Jojo was really with Guruji’s people, she would have released the cash but that did not happen. Sartaj and Shahid’s familial connection
In my opinion, the weakest reveal of the season came in the form of the familial connection shared by Saif Ali Khan and Ranvir Shorey’s characters. It was quite reminiscent of 1970s Bollywood movies when the tropes of ‘bicchde hue bhai’ were quite popular. In some places, they felt unnecessary and in a few places, they appeared inconsistent. Sartaj’s lost heroics
Sartaj spends the first few episodes in trying to stop the nuclear disaster but soon, he is convinced by Batya to join their movement. 8. 0

* The moderation of comments is automated and not cleared manually by 7. Which makes us believe that Jojo lied to Gaitonde just so he could kill her and as we had learnt previously, Jojo wanted to die. Gaitonde is sitting on top of Guruji and it’s not like Gaitonde has a strong build so he can suppress him with the body weight. 4. 6. That’s how Guruji died? His sudden urge to go back and save the city feels very inorganic and rushed. Pankaj Tripathi’s Guruji is one of the key characters in this season of Sacred Games. Even Kalki’s character is modelled on the lines of Maa Anand Sheela and this makes us question why the makers would choose this route? Saif Ali Khan with Kalki Koechlin in Scared Games Season 2. More Explained

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Guruji’s Ashram in Croatia had a strong Wild Wild Country vibe. Due to these similarities, the scenes in the Ashram lost their shock value. So as the other cops are racing against time in the last two days, Sartaj has taken on a passive role. Wild Wild Country became an instant hit and has been seen by millions of viewers worldwide. The RGV angle


The series has dedicated quite a lot of screen time to spoof Ram Gopal Varma’s gangster films as Gaitonde tries to get a biopic made on him with Ram G Varma, played by Vijay Maurya. Sacred Games makers had the opportunity to take another route as the Ashram has anyway not been explained in detail in the book. Logically, it feels like killing someone with a book would be a near-impossible task. He hands over his duties to Sartaj and kills himself just a few days before the new world of Guruji is supposed to begin. These scenes gave a major tonal shift to the otherwise serious show and we got a sudden burst of comedy. 3. After all that, Malcolm’s suicide appeared quite underwhelming. Here’s looking at some elements from Sacred Games 2 that bothered us. This gives the impression that Jojo was, in fact, another pawn in Guruji’s scheme but that’s not the case. He managed to kill various major characters, including Anjali Mathur and was also the key man in the weapon trade. What was Jojo up to? Malcolm’s suicide
Malcolm single-handedly wreaked havoc in the first season of the show. The Wild Wild Country-esque nature of Guruji’s ashram
There is no denying that the Ashram in Croatia was quite similar to Rajneesh’s ashram as shown in the documentary Wild Wild Country. (SPOILERS AHEAD)
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Gaitonde finds out that he has been manipulated by everyone, including Jojo and he kills her. It was at Jojo’s house that Sartaj found a room full of cash which was supposed to be the last payment for the nuclear bomb. But we are still left with questions like ‘How did his family get the body?’, ‘What is the true cause of his death?’ and most importantly ‘How did they never realise that he was in Croatia?’. 2. Ranvir Shorey plays terrorist Shahid Khan in Sacred Games Season 2. Anurag Kashyap and RGV’s feud is famous so it is obvious why he would want to indulge in this, but this honestly did not fit the world of Sacred Games. Advertising

But despite the intriguing plot, there were a few elements across the episodes that felt quite jarring.