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Sacred Games 2 also pushes on the other-worldliness by incorporating multiple dream sequences in the first three episodes, which allows the characters' deepest fears and concerns to rise to the surface.
That helps avoid exposition, though it's not always as effective elsewhere.
In building to Guruji's introduction from all sides, Sacred Games 2 also cheekily foreshadows the potentially literal — but for now, metaphorical — nuclear cloud cast over everyone by giving Tripathi lines such as “Time is radioactive.” With Tripathi having a bigger presence in the second season, the writers — head writer Varun Grover and his new writing team of Dhruv Narang (Gormint), Nihit Bhave (Hey Prabhu!
And it's made more intriguing by the hints at the darkness in their respective worlds, be it demons in the past, or a terrible fate around the corner.
For what it's worth, there are some joys to be found along the route — in addition to the aforementioned conversations — with Sacred Games going meta early in season 2.
There's an elaborate recreation of some memorable season 1 moments, which works on two different levels.
start investigating the fallout shelter and its contents: a dead Trivedi (Chittaranjan Tripathi).
The nuclear plot links into Hizbuddin, a fictional terror outfit that has ties to one Shahid Khan (Ranvir Shorey) — repeatedly mentioned but nowhere to be seen in the early going of season 2 — who's allegedly behind everything from the 1993 Bombay bombings to the 1999 Kandahar hijacking, per Inspector Majid Ali Khan (Aamir Bashir).