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. Swapnil Sonawane. Sylvester Fonseca.

Aseem Bajaj Editor(s) Production company(s) Distributor Release Original network Netflix Original release 6 July 2018 ( 2018-07-06) External links Sacred Games is an Indian series based on 's 2006 thriller, it is also the first Netflix original from India. The series is directed by and, who produced it under their production banner. The novel was adapted by, Smita Singh and Vasant Nath. Kelly Luegenbiehl, Erik Barmack and Motwane served as the executive producers. Sartaj Singh is a troubled police officer in Mumbai who receives a phone call from gangster Ganesh Gaitonde , who tells him to save the city within 25 days. The series chronicles the events that follow. The cast of the series also includes, and in different roles.

The development of Sacred Games started after Erik Barmack, the Vice-president of contacted Motwane to create Indian content for the platform in 2014. They opted to adapt Chandra's novel in the local languages (mostly Hindi), to which Motwane agreed. After the script was completed, Motwane asked Kashyap to co-direct; Motwane directed the sequences involving Singh while Kashyap directed Gaitonde's. Swapnil Sonawane was the for Motwane; Sylvester Fonseca and Aseem Bajaj filmed the scenes directed by Kashyap. Was the editor and composed the background score. The first four episodes of Sacred Games premiered on 29 June 2018, with the full season of eight episodes released on Netflix on 6 July across 191 countries; it had subtitles in more than 20 languages. It received mostly positive reviews from critics, with particular praise for the performances and writing.

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Contents. Premise Sartaj Singh is a troubled police inspector in Mumbai police, living on sleeping pills and seeking validation from a police force he nevertheless loathes for its corruption. He receives an anonymous phone call from Ganesh Gaitonde, a notorious crime lord who has been missing for 16 years. He tells Singh to save the city in 25 days, which initiates a chain of events that burrows deep into India's dark underworld.

In the journey, Singh is helped by a officer, Anjali Mathur. Cast Main. as Inspector Sartaj Singh. as Ganesh Gaitonde. as Anjali Mathur Recurring.

The series marked actor 's first venture into television Several characters in the series speak different Indian languages like, and. Kashyap mentioned that it gives a 'real sense of what India is'. Called the series an experiment and said he agreed to do it because 'people are willing to watch programmes from other countries with sub-titles because good stories transcend boundaries.' Khan found an 'interesting arc' in the character of Sartaj Singh and called it 'troubled and honest'. He said that he read bits of the novel but later dropped after he found it was not helping him find what needed as an actor. Played the role of (RAW) officer Anjali Mathur.

Apte called her character a 'completely no-nonsense, focused woman who's highly respected in her field and by her peers.' She mentioned that her character is not glamourised unlike the Hindi film's depict a RAW agent and did not read the novel. Kashyap said that the novel is about 'how Bombay became Mumbai' and the series gives 'a sense of the city, where it came from and where it is today.' Said that he treated the role of a gangster as a human being. He also felt that a series gives more time for the character to be explored, unlike a film; he said he agreed to do the series as he wanted to explore the format.

He called it the most complex character he has played so far. Khan read the short story Kama, written by Chandra, to 'delve into his character's angst.' The character of Sartaj Singh was changed from the novel who is described as a thin and tall police officer to a muscled heavyweight. Khan said that changes were made to make the character look 'visually engaging' who is a 'slightly more charged-up version of the passive officer in the books'. Kashyap called Gaitonde the 'sum of all we like in movie characters.' Motwane said that Siddiqui was his first choice to portray Gaitonde because he 'plays gangster so well' and 'has that aura and almost everything that's required to play a gangster.'

He expressed that casting popular actors like Khan and Siddiqui was a conscious decision as it also 'drives a larger audience to watch. He said that it was easier to convince Apte and for the roles after Khan and Siddiqui were cast.

Kabi was cast in the role of Parulkar, for which he researched from the novel. He also worked on his body language as it was mentioned in the novel for the character.

Played the role of constable Katekar, who is Sartaj's colleague. He was selected for the role after giving an audition.

Joshi took inspiration from real life police officers for the character. Actress played the role of Kuckoo, a transgender woman. She was asked to audition by Kashyap at the screening of Mukkabaaz at; Sait auditioned and was eventually selected. She said the lack of references for the role made it 'the most challenging experience' of her career.

She wore a penis made of prosthetic makeup between her thighs. Played the role of gangster Deepak 'Bunty' Shinde, which he got after auditioning. Played the role of Siddiqui's wife, Subhadra. Was originally offered the role of constable Katekar, which he declined as he wanted a character 'that would figure in both Sartaj and Ganesh Gaitonde's world'. He then got the role of minister Bipin Bhosale. Iranian actress was cast in the role of film star Zoya Mirza.

The series' production design was handled by Shazia Iqbal and Vintee Bansal; served as the editor of the series. Swapnil Sonawane shot the portions directed by Motwane.

Sylvester Fonseca and Aseem Bajaj shot the scenes of Kashyap. Served as the sound designer. Filming Motwane started filming in September 2017. Kashyap started filming the series after the completion of and finished shooting in January 2018. Both Motwane and Kashyap shot the series separately; Motwane directed the present-day scenes with Khan and Kashyap filmed the Bombay of the 1980s with Siddiqui.

Motwane called the exercise of shooting individually an 'experiment'. Kashyap said it was 'painfully difficult' to find the 'pockets of Bombay which has kept itself like it is'. Chandra was working on the novel at the same time Kashyap was working on his film (2007), so he 'knew the real-life parallels' in the novel. Kashyap said that he shot and treated the series like a film. Motwane said that apart from leaving out small details, they have 'stuck to the spirit of the book'. Motwane said that he tried to balance the series between 'making it for a worldwide audience and not alienating everybody over here.'

Motwane said that he felt liberated to tell the story without being confined to a. Sacred Games was shot on different real locations in Mumbai including, as it was set in a period, which Motwane expressed was a 'huge logistical challenge'. The time period of Gaitonde's story remained unchanged, while the present-day narrative was shifted to present from early 2000s. Motwane explained that it was because of a 'similar sort of government today and the vibes are the same, so the threat felt a lot more present'. Chandra served as a script consultant in the series. According to Sonawane, 'a lot of changes happened on the shoot'. Several shots were also mentioned in the script, like the introduction of Gaitonde as a kid, which was a top-angle shot, as in the script.

He chose to shoot Sartaj Singh's sequences with 'worn-out but very warm lenses that reflect how nothing is working out in Sartaj's life.' Yellow colour palette's were used in scenes involving Gaitone because of the 'guru that he has begun to follow.' Bajaj shot for 27 days, but left after he was involved in another project. After which Fonseca shot the rest of the scenes.

He used spherical lenses to shot in order to 'demarcate' the world. The shootout sequence at Gaitonde's house, was shot at three different locations with long takes on Steadicam and hand-held shots. One of the scene with Sait involving frontal nudity, was shot in seven takes. Apte at the screening of the show in Mumbai. Sacred Games is the first Netflix original series from India. In February, 2018, Netflix announced three new series, along with four others, making a total of seven series coming out of India. The first look of the main three characters: Singh, Gaitonde and Mathur were released by Netflix on 23 February 2018.

It had individual stills of a blood spattered Singh, a perplexed looking Mathur and kurta pyjama clad Gaitonde. On 4 May 2018, the 55 second long teaser video was released.

It was followed by the release of the official trailer on 5 June 2018. The series premiered in Mumbai on 28 June 2018 at the, where only first four episodes were shown. The series was released on 6 July 2018 across 191 countries on Netflix with subtitles in more than 20 languages. Post the release, several mashup videos, art works and memes related to Sacred Games were released and circulated on social media. On 10 July 2018, the party member Rajeev Kumar Sinha, lodged a against Netflix, the showrunners and Nawazuddin Siddiqui, for allegedly insulting former Indian Prime Minister in one of the scenes.

Another complaint was lodged on 11 July 2018 by the President of Youth and All Indian Cine Worker's Association, Suresh Shyamal Gupta for allegedly insulting Gandhi. On 14 July 2018, took to to respond to the controversy by stating that freedom 'is a fundamental democratic right' and said: 'My father lived and died in the service of India. The views of a character on a fictional web series can never change that.' On 15 July 2018, Sinha decided to withdraw the complaint following Gandhi's tweet. Netflix informed the on 19 July 2018 that a change had been incorporated in the English subtitle to remedy the alleged insult to Gandhi. Sacred Games was also subjected to piracy.

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