Ribhu Dasgupta, series director: Made a yet-unreleased film called Michael in 2011, produced by Anurag Kashyap.
Mona Wasu: Playing a character called Mona, Bachchan's public relations officer, Wasu was seen in Specials @10, a television miniseries where Anurag Kashyap was one of the presenters.
Kay Kay Menon: Menon, who stars as the corrupt municipal commissioner on Yudh, had one of his first major roles in Anurag Kashyap's yet unreleased Paanch. He has since featured in other Kashyap films including Black Friday, Gulaal and the upcoming Bombay Velvet.
Zakir Hussain: Zakir, who plays Yudh's right hand man Anand Upadhyay on the show, starred as the chief villain in Ram Gopal Varma's Sarkar in 2005, opposite Bachchan.
Sarika: Veteran actress Sarika, who plays Bachchan's first wife Gauri on the show, starred opposite Bachchan in Shoojit Sircar's yet-unreleased Shoebite. Sircar too was on the sets of Yudh, and is thanked on the show's opening credits.
Yusuf Hussain: Yusuf Hussain, who plays Bachchan's old, fading 'boss' on the show, was also a part of Raj Kumar Santoshi's 2004 film Khakee, one of the hits that resurrected Bachchan's career.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui: The current toast of Hindi cinema and an arthouse sensation, Siddiqui got his first lead role with Kashyap as well, in Gangs Of Wasseypur Part 2.
Tigmanshu Dhulia: Dhulia, who plays a sunglass-wearing politician on Yudh, may be primarily a director but it's easy enough to forget that. Not just has he written Bachchan-starrer Family, but he's also acted quite memorably as chief baddie Ramadhir Singh in Kashyap's two-part saga, Gangs Of Wasseypur.