The truth about Ravi Gulati’s (Aaron Thiara) involvement in Ranveer’s murder has finally got back to Suki Panesar (Balvinder Sopal) in EastEnders, and she is determined to get him sent down for the crime.
Nugget wants the truth
However, her plan to go to the police with Denise Fox (Diane Parish) backfires when they reveal that they can’t do anything without any physical evidence.
Suki won’t let this stop her though, as she then decides she will secretly record Ravi’s confession.
That plan is also thwarted when she gets a call from son Kheerat’s prison, and soon Ravi is threatening to harm her family if she doesn’t drop it entirely.
Terrified and furious, Suki lashes out, drawing Ravi’s son Nugget (Juhaim Rasul Choudhury) into their twisted game.
Suki soon comes to regret telling Nugget about his father when his behaviour begins to change.
Ravi notices the difference in his behaviour and is left concerned, suspicious that there may be something up with him.
During a heart to heart with Zack about his son, Ravi wrongly assumes that Nugget’s behaviour is down to typical adolescent angst.
Ravi shouts and points at Suki in front of Nugget in EastEnders
Suki regrets her decision (Picture: BBC/Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron)
Things continue to escalate with Nugget, as he encourages best friend Denzel Danes (Jaden Ladega) to skip school with him.
Sensibly, Denzel refuses, and it isn’t long before Suki finds the truanting teen.
Battling with what he has learnt, Nugget heads over to Walford East to confront his dad about Suki’s accusations.
How will Ravi react to what his son has to say? Could Nugget be set to fall victim to Ravi’s wrath?
Following their discussion, Nugget takes refuge at No.41, but when Ravi comes to seek him out he is left with a shock…
What does the future hold for Ravi and Nugget’s relationship?