“Privileged,” Balvinder Sopal says the Christmas murder drama on EastEnders has “changed her life.”

Since the Christmas Day episode of EastEnders was first hinted at in the flash forward episode in February, fans have been giddy with anticipation, but we can’t compare to the stars’ level of enthusiasm.

At least one of the six Walford icons is expected to have committed the murder, and they will all be standing over a dead corpse at the Queen Vic this Christmas.

Suki Panesar (Balvinder Sopal), one of The Six, has made a significant impact in the short time she has been on the Square.

In just the past 18 months, Suki’s violent husband Nish Panesar (Navin Chowdhry) has returned to her life following a 20-year prison sentence; she has also learned that Ravi Gulati (Aaron Thiara) killed Ranveer, despite months of false accusations against her; and her ostensibly disastrous relationship with Eve Unwin (Heather Peace).

It’s reasonable to conclude that Suki has reached her breaking point in light of everything.

Actress Balvinder Sopal said, “We find her in a terrible predicament because Eve has gone away, and Suki doesn’t know where, why, or how.”

She gradually begins to put things together over the course of the week, and it appears like everything is going back to Ravi and Nish. She is aware that, as villains, they may have had a significant role in Eve’s abduction.

“Ravi has a past; he killed Nish and Ranveer, and he also killed the man he believed Suki was having an affair with, so they are both dangerous individuals.”

“Suki is simply trying to get her bearings with everything because there’s a genuine type of risk with Eve going missing and the main people inside that.”

Despite the fact that Suki has a long and illustrious past, Balvinder is not complacent about her role in this revolutionary plot.

Suki is heavily involved in the Christmas Day murder (Picture: BBC/Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron)

It’s a privilege. I could not have hoped for a more significant and legendary plot to be a part of. I believe that all of the major religious holidays, including Christmas, Eid, Diwali, and birthdays, are combined into one. My life has been made better by it.

She continued to tell that the plot had kept her wondering the entire time.

I suppose we had no clue at all when we originally shot the promo, so I’ve liked watching it all come together. There are many theories, concepts, and viewpoints, so you may find yourself thinking, “Oh, it might be this,” “Oh, it could be that,” and “Oh, that sounds intriguing.”

We everyone had different thoughts, even us here, so when the scripts arrived, we were like, “Oh, this is how everything pieces together.” All of it has been amazing, but I find the smaller details that are laced throughout to be more intriguing.

Balvinder has taken pleasure not just in the narrative itself but also in having collaborated with The Six—the other five renowned actresses.

“I adored it.” Every time I’ve been with them, it’s been like sitting through a master class on acting.

“It forces you to perform at your best, and I’ve learned so much from observing them and about them as individuals.”

They are all incredibly well-liked, respected, and respected. It’s been wonderful, and I feel really fortunate and grateful to have spent the room with them.

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