In spite of the fact that the scene when Guruji is portraying this story demonstrates the Badriya siblings and Bunty on the grounds that they are the ones who are driven by their religion and are inconsistent scorn.
Guruji gives an accurate and clear clarification of Atapi and Vatapi. They were two evil siblings who used to trap travelers. Atapi used to call them tenderly to his home, feed them and Vatapi would transform himself into a goat. So travelers would eat his goat in the form of mutton. In the wake of going out, travelers would travel some distance and Vatapi would pick up his standard structure and burst out of their stomach, executing them.
I feel the actual Atapi Vatapi is played by Guruji. Even Gaitonde hints at this during his narration.
Be that as it may, by and large, I think this is indicated towards religion. Any religion will initially attract you, offer you some sustenance, favors, cover, perhaps a feeling of belongingness. And help when you most need it, and after that, it will exploit your kindness.
Presently there is a buzz that Kalki, whose film Candyflip has launched on Netflix a few months ago, will be a piece of the second season of Sacred Games. The second season grabs from Sartaj Singh (actor Saif Ali Khan) seeking after his constant skirmish of sparing the city and Ganesh Gaitonde (actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui) confronting greater difficulties to hold his situation as the unbelievable boss (don) of Mumbai. The Guruji (actor Pankaj Tripathi), presented in season one as Gaitonde’s ‘third father’, is having a vital role in unfurling a chain of occasions that will shape the second season of sacred games.
Movie producer Anurag Kashyap will keep directing Ganesh Gaitonde’s track, while director Neeraj Ghaywan will take over Sartaj Singh’s character.