Sartaj Singh played Saif Ali Khan in the famous Netflix series Sacred Games hinted that there might be some changes in the plan for the show's Season 2. The actor, who plays Sartaj Singh in the streaming giant's first India original series, compared the situation with the Hollywood star Kevin Space's ouster from House of Cards. As being reported there might be a shuffle in the wake of #MeToo movement. The series also includes directors Anurag Kashyap, Vikram Aditya Motwane and Varun Grover.
Saif Ali Khan told PTI, “We have been talking constantly. They don’t like me talking about the show anyways. I like working with them, they are brilliant. They want to keep it a secret. But I want to give you a clue. There was a terrible problem concerning Kevin Spacey and he had a show House of Cards, the show is going on but Spacey is not there. Let that be a clue.”
He further added, “Why should I bear the brunt and even why anyone of us who are not twisted or offenders?”
Netflix has a very strict policy against such serious issues which might affect the new season. Last week Netflix revealed that they are assessing its option ahead of its shoot of Sacred Games Season 2. They also stated a statement that "at this time we are evaluating options on the path forward."
Earlier a woman employee in Phantom Films revealed that Vikas Bahl as one of the partners alongside Kashyap, Motwane and Madhu Mantena has alleged that Bahl behaved inappropriately with her during a Goa Trip in 2015.
In a recent interview, Kashyap and Motwane put out the statements and announced that their production house Phantom Films stands dissolved.
Famous Stand-up comedian and writer Varun Grover was also pointed as an offender by a junior in Banaras Hindu University (BHU) but he has thoroughly denied all the allegations.