Saif Ali Khan says “It’s very satisfying to partner and contribute in the first original sequence from India to be showcased on Netflix.”
Mumbai: Actor Saif Ali Khan has amalgamated Netflix’s first India-set original sequence ‘Sacred Games’, which is grounded on author Vikram Chandra’s best-selling book.
The National award-winning hero, best called for his acts in movies such as Love ‘Aaj Kal’ ‘Omkara’, and ‘Dil Chahta Hai’, will perform the character of Sartaj Singh in the sequence.
It will be made in partnership with Phantom Films and be accessible to streaming hulk’s over 100 million associates in over 190 nations.
“Content in the digital space is pleasing over the prevailing dynamics at a fast pace – the top in the digital monarchy lies with Netflix, and it’s very satisfying to partner and contribute in the first original sequence from India to be displayed on Netflix,” the actor said in a declaration.
“Saif Ali Khan is a true innovator and risk-taker in Indian cinema, and we could not be more pleased to be employed with him on ‘Sacred Games’,” said Erik Barmack, the vice president of international unique series at Netflix.
“His role is covered and complex and we are excited to be working with such an eccentric actor to bring this story to a worldwide audience.”
The sequence, to be shot in place in India, will delve into the city’s complicated web of organized crime, corruption, politics, and intelligence.