Netflix has thrown Saif Ali Khan ahead of the pack part for its first Indian unique, Sacred Games, in light of Vikram Chandra’s 2007 book of a similar name. Khan will play Inspector Sartaj Singh, one of only a handful couple of Sikhs on the Mumbai police compel, who gets maneuvered into pursuing most-needed hoodlum Ganesh Gaitonde.
“Content in the advanced space is assuming control over the current elements at a fast pace – the crown in the computerized domain lies with Netflix,” Khan said in an announcement, “and it’s to a great degree fulfilling to accomplice and take an interest in the principal unique arrangement from India to be displayed on Netflix.”
“Saif Ali Khan is a genuine pioneer and daring individual in Indian silver screen, and we couldn’t be more pleased to be working with him on Sacred Games,” included Erik Barmack, VP of worldwide unique arrangement at Netflix. “His part is layered and complex, and we are excited to be working with such an incredible performer to convey this story to a worldwide gathering of people.”
Khan is best known for his parts in Dil Chahta Hai (2001), and Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003). He will next be seen in Kaalakaandi, which discharges on September 8. Khan is a beneficiary of Padma Shri, India’s fourth-most noteworthy regular citizen grant.
Created in organization with Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane’s Phantom Films, Sacred Games will be shot on area in India. The arrangement will manage Mumbai’s criminal black market, police debasement, and political quarreling.
Hallowed Games will be accessible all inclusive on Netflix, however it doesn’t have a discharge date yet.