In EastEnders, Nish Panesar (Navin Chowdhry) is a character who should not be trifled with.
After spending a significant amount of time in prison for murder, Nish is presently in charge of Suki (Balvinder Sopal), who is anxious to leave her marriage so she may be with Eve (Heather Peace), whom she truly loves.
Future episodes will raise further questions for Suki as she finds herself in the hospital after slipping down the stairs.
Vinny (Shiv Jalota) voices his doubts about Suki being pushed by his dad as the aftermath plays out.
Nish tries his hardest to disprove the allegations since he wants to maintain his good business reputation, but what does Navin think?
He assured us that Nish is capable of anything.
This man spent twenty years in prison, thus losing the prime years of his family’s lives. He wasn’t there for his kids only because he thought—despite the fact that he had no proof and hadn’t seen Suki in bed with another guy—that she was having an affair. So, he set fire to the house, killing a man and getting himself sentenced to 20 years in prison. Therefore, I believe he is capable of achieving anything.
When Suki arrives at her house, Nish wastes little time in keeping her away from individuals like Mitch (Roger Griffiths), who worries that Suki would suffer abuse similar to what his daughter Chantelle did.
Control is the key to isolating Suki, Nish added. “It’s all about him wanting Suki to need, want, and desire him,” Navin added.
He doesn’t want her to receive any assistance from anybody else, including financial, medical, or psychological support. He believes that she doesn’t need anything from anybody else save her spouse since he is enough for her. Additionally, he wants to make sure that nobody gives her any inspiration or opportunities.
He doesn’t want anyone to say anything that contradicts the course of action he intends to take in this case. It’s a character flaw that characterises a lot of control-based partnerships. You make an effort to cut off any contact that the subject of your control could have with anyone else. He chooses to dominate the story in their relationship in this way, which is horrifying conduct to be on the receiving end of.
Suki and Eve will undoubtedly wonder whether the experience will finally end once Nish is taken into custody for ABH, but may this be the last time we see of him?
Will the villain be sent back to jail?
Navin doesn’t appear to agree…
“In my opinion, Nish can rationally escape from any situation.” He certainly experiences moments of fear, but other from that, he’s accustomed to completing tasks independently, so whether he can genuinely escape anything doesn’t cross his thoughts since in his mind, he can just complete the task.