5 Similarities between Asur and Sacred Games

I watched both Asur and Sacred Games. After completing the Asur 2 on Jio Cinema, I find out few similarities between them. Sacred Games is available on Netflix. Both web series are full of thrillers. In this blog, we will find out the similarities and differences between Asur and Sacred Games. The Asur is free to watch on Jio Cinema. While you need to pay for Sacred Games on Netflix.

About Asur and Sacred Games

Sacred Games is one of the most-watched web series on OTT in India. The lead role was played by Saif Ali Khan and Nawazudin Siddique. In the second part, Pankaj Tripathi played the character of “Guru“. If you haven’t watched it please go and watch out on Netflix first.

The Asur is the first release on Voot Play. The lead character is played by Arshad Warsi, Baron Sobti, and Vishesh Bansal. Vishesh Bansal truly justifies his role. He is amazing as Subh Joshi in Asur. He showed us how mature he is in his role. He overcomes Arshad Warsi. The second best character in the series is Baron Sobti as Nikhil Nayar.

The similarity between Asur and Sacred Games

  1. Both the Web series is available in 2 parts
  2. Both are based on Hindu Mythologies Kalki
  3. In both series, the Killer wanted to kill the world and make a new society.
  4. Both are based on police-killer hide and seek. The killer is always ahead in both series.
  5. Both series show how circumstances in earlier age have an impact on someone’s character. The Killer in both series has a bad childhood.

In both the series, we can see how vast is Hindu Mythologies. There is so much to learn about life and death from them. The story of “Devta and Asur” is depicted well in the Asur series.

What are Hindu Mythologies

Hindu Mythologies are the oldest logies in the world. They are more relevant and have proof of whatever is written in their Mythological books.

Jio Cinema has become popular after these web series. There are amazing Korean Web series on Jio Cinema that you can watch.

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