Saif Ali Khan on Sacred Games earning nominations at International Emmy Awards: 'It is well deserved'
Anurag Kashyap and Neeraj Ghaywan directed the second season of Sacred Games while Vikramaditya Motwane served as a showrunner
The first season of Saif Ali Khan's digital debut series Sacred Games has been nominated for International Emmy Awards and the actor says it is a "well deserved" nod.
The first season of Sacred Games, starring Saif and Nawazuddin Siddiqui, has been nominated in the best drama category alongside Brazil's Contra Todos - season three, Germany's Bad Banks and UK's McMafia
"It's great (moment), I mean the idea was to do something honest on a platform that is kind of international. Something like Narcos that is a Netflix original and they encourage you tell your story the way you do but in an international way to an international audience.
"Hence I feel in a way it is well deserved to have been nominated at an international platform. Full credit to the team and the production and of course the directors and the lovely actors," Saif, who has won a lot of appreciation for his performance as Sartaj Singh, told Press Trust of India.
The first season of Netflix's first India original was directed by Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane.
Note: The PTI story incorrectly states the second season was nominated. So, it has been edited and corrected.
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