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Sacred Games: Cryptic Climax Scene Explained By Writer Varun Grover

Sacred Games 2' premiered recently, but the fans were left with a cliffhanger in the end. In a recent interview, the writer, Varun Grover explained the ending.

The much-awaited Netflix original, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Saif Ali Khan's 'Sacred Games 2' premiered at 12 AM on August 15. The video streaming giant had built up the follow-up with a series of posters and promos to entice fans waiting with bated breathe for the sequel. The crime drama had everyone hooked to a cliffhanger, and now that the 2nd season is streaming, 

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The much-anticipated sequel of 'Sacred Games' ends with Saif Ali Khan and his team trying to figure out the location of the bomb installed by Ranvir Shorey. However, as luck would have it the bomb was already activated. In order to disable it, Saif Ali Khan needs to put in a passcode from his father Dibag's page in Guruji's book. Although, the show ends thus leaving fans with bated breathe awaiting the next season. 

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In a recent interview with a leading media publication, writer Varun Grover has explained the cliffhanger. Grover stated that Bombay is saved because Dilbag's pattern works. "When Dilbag was putting his hands in Guruji’s book, he was the only one who had a doubt about Guruji’s plan of destruction. So if Guruji wanted to make his plan fail-safe, he would have the passcode on the page that has Dilbag’s handprints in his book", he said. 

He then went on to state that Saif Ali Khan's character, Sartaj has dwelled too deep into the cult in order to save the world and that he's a complete convert, believing in Guruj's case, thus saying Aham Brahmasmi in the end. 

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The Netflix India original, based on Vikram Chandra's book of the same name, centers primarily around two main characters - Mumbai Police officer Sartaj Singh (Saif Ali Khan), who is trying to save the city from a possible attack and Gaitonde, who tips him off just before mysteriously killing himself. The second season picked up from where the first part ended wherein Siddiqui says it was easier to slip into the character as he had already played it for a while.


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