Nish discovers Suki's love for Eve in EastEnders?

Nish Panesar (Navin Chowdhry) begin to question why Suki (Balvinder Sopal) is so tense around Eve Unwin (Heather Peace) in EastEnders next week.

Suki, as viewers know, fell head over heels for Eve while Nish was behind bars, and resolved to be with her upon her husband’s release.

But their happiness was dashed when Nish, who was banged up for killing a man he thought Suki was having an affair with, told his wife that if anyone ever came between them then he wouldn’t hesitate in resorting to murder once more.

Determined to protect Eve’s life, Suki claimed that she wasn’t in love with her, before deciding to stand by Nish, who was delighted to hear she was going to give their marriage another go.

Eve, however, isn’t backing down without a fight, and concerned for Suki’s wellbeing, this week will see her do whatever she can to get Nish on side, impressing him with a business venture – much to Suki’s dismay.

Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner), however, has her doubts about her wife’s actions, as she questions her motives with Nish, but Eve isn’t concerned at all, as she secures a lunch date with the killer – and Suki!

Suki, meanwhile, is less than pleased with Eve’s meddling, but Eve reiterates that she’s not going anywhere.

In fact, Eve is determined to win Nish over, and she even offers him some legal advice, which leaves him impressed with her.

But things take a turn when Suki is called away from the lunch by Ravi Gulati (Aaron Thiara) – and her absence is noted by Nish, who begins to question why his wife is so tense around Eve.

Will he work out the truth? Will he find out about Suki and Eve’s passionate relationship? Or will Suki come up with a cover story?

One to watch: Tuesday November 29 at 7:30pm on BBC One.

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