New York Times recently released a list of the of 30 best international TV series of the decade and a very familiar Indian series has also found its way in that list. 

Anurag Kashyap’s Sacred Games is the only Indian production to get a mention in this list and was placed 28th. 

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In this list, the New York Times gave a brief summary of the show while introducing it.  

Mumbai is being threatened from every direction — the underworld and the upper echelons of the police force, the past and the present — and it’s up to a doughty, doubtful Sikh cop to fend them off. Saif Ali Khan plays the turbaned inspector Sartaj Singh in a series, based on a novel by Vikram Chandra, that mixes Bollywood energy with a literary style and touches of magical realism. 
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Sacred Games was recently nominated for International Emmys in Best Drama Series category. 

Netflix’s Delhi Crime starring Shefali Shah also received an honourable mention in the list.