Netflix released Sacred Games 2 on 15 August. The audience eagerly waiting for the second season took it up. Although the second season has also suffered criticism, Netflix has made a mistake, for which it has to apologize to a UAE man.
According to a Gulf News report, an Indian man living in Sharjah had received several calls since the release of Sacred Games 2. The callers were asking him about Jesus, a character from Sacred Games. Actually, the number of the underworld don Isa shown in the series, incidentally it turned out to be this person. As soon as this number became public in the series, people started calling on it. The name of this person is Kunhadullah and hails from Kerala. The number was accidentally shown in the sub-titles as well, which made it more difficult.
In an interview given to Gulf News, Kunhadullah revealed his dilemma that calls were coming from India, Nepal, Pakistan, UAE and people were asking about Jesus. Netflix apologized after this news came out. In an official statement given to the media house, Netflix said that the number has been removed as soon as this inconvenience is detected.
Let us know that this season of Sacred Games Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Saif Ali Khan, Pankaj Tripathi, Surveen Chawla, Sameer Kochhar, Aamir Bashir and Elnaz Naoroji play the lead roles. Sacred Games is the first original series to be released in India.