Internet is divided in their opinion of Sacred Games 2. Netizens are trying to explain the difference between both the seasons with hilarious memes.
Screenshot from image posted on Twitter.
Was the second season of Sacred Games as exciting as the first one? Well, Twitter is divided on this note as several memes in comparison of both flooded the internet. Starring Saif Ali Khan, Nazwazuddin Siddiqui and Pankaj Tripathi, Sacred Games 2 premiered on Netflix on August 15.
Those impatiently waiting for the second season didn’t waste a second and watched Sacred Games on Netflix immediately after it premiered. But were they satisfied? Some were. Others weren’t quite impressed. To explain it, netizens used film stills, pictures of food and also Games Of Thrones stills in memes to illustrate a comparison between the two seasons.
Needless to mention, most of them are hilarious:
Avinav (@avinav__gahlot) August 15, 2019
Sacred Games 1 vs Sacred Games 2 pic.twitter.com/SS5ZlTUdpv
neshu (@connect2ns) August 15, 2019
(@Samcasm_07) August 15, 2019
Season 1 Season 2 pic.twitter.com/7DJLcYmckJ
(@RomanaRaza) August 15, 2019
season 1 season 2 pic.twitter.com/8xvrp5dexT
Raghav Masoom (@comedibanda) August 15, 2019
Laliya (@Lala_The_Don) August 15, 2019
Raees Happu-God Of Thunder (@HappuDroga3) August 15, 2019
Prajwal (@bprjwl) August 15, 2019
Rockey Bhai (@yashArmy8055) August 15, 2019
Season 1 Season 2 pic.twitter.com/zpMkWFW3iZ
Yubraj (@KaNaukar) August 15, 2019
Sacred Games 2 has been one of the top trends on Twitter soon after it premiered. The first season of the web-series aired in 2018 and was received exceptionally well by fans as well as critics.
Based on Vikram Chandra’s 2006 novel of the same name, Sacred Games casts Saif Ali Khan as Inspector Sartaj Singh and Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Ganesh Gaitonde. Both actors reprised their roles in the second season, directed by Neeraj Ghaywan and Anurag Kashyap.
Ranvir Shorey, Amruta Subhash and Kalki Koechlin have been introduced in the new season.
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