Saif Ali Khan's 'Khichdi For Dinner' Meme Makes Us Believe He's Netflix's Next Muse After Radhika Apte
Saif Ali Khan in Netflix India tweet (Photo Credits: Netflix India Twitter)

With the second season of Sacred Games coming up soon, looks like Saif Ali Khan is going to grace Netflix India's Twitter handle for a long time after Radhika Apte. Netflix has taken to Twitter sharing two instances of Saif throwing away plates on knowing, well, 'there's Khichdi for dinner.' Those 'easy to cook' dinner recipes surely gets a lot of attention on social media, but going home to find that you will be having khichdi could be ultimate depressant to many. And now Saif Ali Khan is proof to the case.

Netflix shared the tweet with the caption: 'When you spend all day watching cooking shows then find out there's Khichdi for dinner.' The first clip is from his movie Kya Kehna where a frustrated Saif throws a bowl at a wall breaking a painting. The second one is from Season one of Sacred Games, where an emotional disturbed Saif throw a vessel on the wall in a fit of rage. Netflix Proves Radhika Apte Is 'Omnipresent' Using Zomato's Kadhai Paneer Tweet! Know How.

Here is Netflix India's tweet:

Radhika Apte had become the mother of all Netflix memes as she had back to back Netflix releases including Lust Stories, Sacred Games and now Ghoul. Memes, GIFs and jokes on Radhika Apte being 'omnipresent' even got a magazine cover from Netflix India. Netflix India's original series Sacred Games an adaptation of the 2006 Vikram Chandra novel was streamed online on July 6. Saif Ali Khan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Radhika Apte played prominent roles in the series. The second season is to be released this year.