EastEnders spoilers for.April 6, 2023: Ravi questioned by police while Denise and Kim drown their sorrows

After recent events in the Square, Denise and Kim get together to decompress. (Photo: BBC/Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron)

On the episode of EastEnders airing today (April 6) featuring DC Webber questioning Ravi Gulati (Aaron Thiara), he keeps quiet.

The criminal is an important component of a past Jack Branning (Scott Maslen) investigation into local organised crime.

When Jack learned that Denise Fox’s (Diane Parish) daughter Chelsea Fox (Zaraah Abrahams) was dating Ravi, he was finally removed from the case.

After doing further research, Callum Highway (Tony Clay) learned that Denise met Ravi at a hotel with the aim of having a sexual encounter with him but ultimately rejected him.

On last night’s episode, in front of a terrified Chelsea and Davinder ‘Nugget’ Gulati, Callum (suddenly exited The Vic to arrest Ravi for handling stolen goods (Juhaim Rasul Choudhury).

Finally, Ravi has been taken into custody (Image credit: BBC/Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron).

He assured them that everything was just a miscommunication, but is he telling the truth?

The episode also features Kim (Tameka Empson), who, after being shaken by recent occurrences in the Square, resolves to see Denise.

Kim found out about Denise and Ravi’s almost-marriage earlier this week, and as a result, she crashed her vehicle, killing Denzel Danes (Jaden Ladega).

Now that Chelsea and Ravi are together, Kim and Denise are furious when they see them together while drowning their sorrows at The Vic. Chelsea backs Ravi as they make an effort to put some gap between the two.

In another scene, Bobby Brazier’s character, Freddie Slater, is pleased with himself for challenging Mr. Hawthorne.

Freddie feels pleased with himself for opposing Mr. Hawthorne. (Image: Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron for the BBC)

In scenes this week, Freddie sobbed in response to Jean Slater’s (Gillian Wright) remark that the child was dumb.

Freddie said that the old teacher’s careless remark caused him to relive some of his childhood trauma, including the bullying he experienced.

Jean, who was determined to make apologies, persuaded Freddie to speak with his instructor so that he might get rid of the self-loathing he has.

While Freddie is first hesitant, he finally goes through with the help of Bobby Beale (Clay Milner Russell), Jean, and Harvey Monroe (Ross Boatman).

At 7.30 p.m. tonight on BBC One, EastEnders will resume.

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