Saif Ali Khan is excited for the sophomore season of Netflix India Original “Sacred Games” and the actor says the cleverest thing he has done in his career is making foray into the digital world.
The actor will reprise his part of cop Sartaj Singh in season two of “Sacred Games”, which follows his chase for the truth behind gangster Ganesh Gaitonde’s (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) warning to save the city.
“Here (in digital medium) there is a difference in pace, tone and even with acting, like they try to bring it down a bit. You have to trust the camera that the emotion will be captured correctly if you feel it within.
“The approach is different, sometimes a Gaiety (single-screen theatre) crowd, although it is changing, might feel that you are not doing anything but you are. They (films and web) are both different platforms. I am platform agnostic now. It is the cleverest thing I have been part of,” Saif told PTI in an interview.
The 48-year-old actor said season two is much twisted than the first one and the team is confident about it.
“It (season two) is so cleverly done. It goes back to the past and future and everything ties up. Season one is quite basic compared to season two. Season two is where we change gears. In season one you know about them, but in season two you are up to it.”
Sartaj appeared as an under-confident cop in season one and Saif said though there aren’t many changes internally, there are some in terms of his look.