EastEnders fans could be welcoming Kheerat Panesar back to Albert Square sooner than they think.
Kheerat, played by Jaz Deol, was arrested in November 2022 for the murder of Ranveer Gulati, covering for his mother Suki Panesar (Bavinder Sopal) who believed she was the real killer.
When Ranveer propositioned Suki, telling her that he would give her his big business contract in exchange for sex, she set a camera up to catch the sleazy businessman discussing the blackmail.
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However, Ranveer (Anil Goutam) attempted to force himself on Suki and she hit him over the head in self defence.
Ravi later arrived to find a hysterical Suki standing over what she thought was Ranveer's lifeless body, before Ravi insisted he would take care of it.
In a shocking turn of events, Ranveer regained consciousness and belittled his son, leading Ravi to deliver the final blow that caused his death.
However, Ravi has let Suki believe she was responsible for Ranveer's death, with Kheerat even going to prison to prevent his mum from spending her life behind bars.
But it seems Kheerat's release could be sooner than everyone thinks after Denise stole Ravi's laptop and found the incriminating video.
During Wednesday's episode (September 13), Denise asked Ricky to help recover deleted files and discovered the footage of Ranveer's murder.
As she watched the harrowing video, Denise was horrified when she found Ravi standing behind her.
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Now, Daily Star has used artificially intelligent “creative” tool Bard AI to find out whether this means Kheerat could make a major comeback to the soap.
The system said: "Kheerat took the blame for Ranveer's murder and was sentenced to life in prison, but he could be released if new evidence comes to light that proves his innocence.
"If Denise exposes Ravi as the real killer, this could be enough to get Kheerat a retrial."
It added: "He is a popular character and his story is far from over."
EastEnders airs Monday to Thursday on BBC One at 7.30pm
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