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Unforgotten's Sanjeev Bhaskar envious of the Line of Duty cast's flashy cars

Unforgotten star Sanjeev Bhaskar admits he’s jealous of the Line of Duty cast – because they get guns, flashier cars and a nicer office. The ITV drama, which drew 9.5 million for its recent fourth series, follows a team of London detectives who solve cold cases and is often compared to the Jed Mercurio’s BBC1 show, being watched by nearly 14 million.
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Unforgotten's Sanjeev Bhaskar admits he feels 'envious' of Line Of Duty detectives because they have 'much nicer cars' than his ITV character and are 'allowed guns'

Sanjeev Bhaskar has admitted feeling 'some envy' when watching Line of Duty because the show's detectives have 'nicer cars' and 'are allowed guns'. The actor, 57. who plays DI Sunny Khan on ITV's popular cold case show, discussed his love of the series when speaking on Obsessed With Line of Duty's podcast, revealing: 'Having played a detective, I always watch Line of Duty with some envy.'
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Unforgotten: Sanjeev Bhaskar reveals touching Nicola Walker note that made him cry after filming episode 6

Sanjeev Bhaskar has shared a touching note Nicola Walker wrote him on the set of Unforgotten.The actor, who plays DI Sunil “Sunny” Khan, didn’t read the note until the sixth and final episode of the hit ITV drama’s latest run had completed filming.Shortly after its broadcast on Monday (28 March), he posted the note’s emotional contents on Twitter, which took on heartbreaking light in the wake of the episode’s events.*Spoilers follow – you have been warned*After solving the investigation into the historic death of Matthew Lewis, Sunny discovered that his boss and best friend Walker’s DCI Cassie Stuart had died from...
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Unforgotten episode 5: Sanjeev Bhaskar reacts to ‘savage’ Cassie ending that left viewers ‘screaming’

Unforgotten viewers – including star Sanjeev Baskhar – are reacting to the surprise ending of the latest episode.The ITV drama’s fourth series aired its penultimate episode on Monday (22 March), dropping perhaps the most shocking twist to date.Fans of the show are now agonising over having to wait a week for the sixth and final episode – and are worried about the fate of one of the show’s main characters.*Spoilers follow – you have been warned*Episode five saw DCI Cassie Stuart (Nicola Walker) and DI Sunny Khan (Bhaskar) get closer to the truth about what happened to Matthew Walsh, the...
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Unforgotten star Sanjeev Bhaskar solves major mystery on show

Unforgotten season four airs on Monday night, and Sanjeev Bhaskar, who plays Sunny Khan in the hit show, has revealed a big mystery among viewers' fans - just what is Sunny always carrying in his backpack!. Posting on Twitter, he wrote: "Ok @UnforgottenTV friends. Here are the surprise contents packed...
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Unforgotten star Sanjeev Bhaskar shares behind the scenes pranks

Unforgotten star Sanjeev Bhaskar has revealed the secret behind one of the show's biggest mysteries. No, it's not how that man ended up without a head in the fridge (more answers to come as the series continues) but a more pressing matter -but it's what exactly is inside DI Sunny Khan's back pack.
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Unforgotten review, season 4: A dollop of high-grade ITV magic

After Covid-related filming delays, the exceedingly likeable detective drama Unforgotten returns to ITV for a fourth six-part series. This first episode begins with a decapitated male body found spilling out of an old freezer at the dump in Haringey – quite literally a cold case, so much so that his skin has acquired the look of over-chilled meat. The only clues to this cadaver’s identity are a Marathon chocolate bar wrapper, dating the death to before the Snickers transition, and a Millwall tattoo.
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TV tonight: Nicola Walker and Sanjeev Bhaskar open another cold case

Nicola Walker and Sanjeev Bhaskar reprise their roles as DCI Cassie Stuart and DI Sunny Khan in the fourth season of this cold case drama. Sunny gets to work unearthing a new historical murder to delve into – namely the discovery of a dismembered body in a scrap yard, which he believes has been stored in a freezer for decades. With Cassie having retired from the force and struggling to care for her father and his worsenning dementia, a technicality soon pulls her back to work on the case with her longtime partner. Ammar Kalia.
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Sanjeev Bhaskar hits out at TV industry diversity quotas

'Unforgotten' star Sanjeev Bhaskar has hit out at diversity quotas in the TV industry, as he claimed he once took some ideas to the BBC and they told him they had "an Asian show" at that time. Sanjeev Bhaskar claims the BBC rejected his ideas because they already had “an...
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Sanjeev Bhaskar: 'There was a lot of casual racism growing up - I got it from teachers and bus drivers'

‘Unfortunately, my mind goes straight to Starsky and Hutch,” says Sanjeev Bhaskar, when I ask him about his favourite cop duos. For a teenager of the 1970s, that’s not a surprise, nor is the fact that the former Goodness Gracious Me star used to have on his wall a Charlie’s Angels poster that he’d torn out of a magazine. “I didn’t really rate them as cops,” he confesses.
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Neil Gaiman’s ‘The Sandman’ Casts Tom Sturridge, Gwendoline Christie, Vivienne Acheampong, Boyd Holbrook, Charles Dance, Asim Chaudhry And Sanjeev Bhaskar

It seems like forever, but the wait is about to an end. The highly-anticipated Netflix adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s popular comic book series The Sandman is coming together. Tom Sturridge, Gwendoline Christie, Vivienne Acheampong, Boyd Holbrook, Charles Dance, Asim Chaudhry and Sanjeev Bhaskar have been set to star in the dark fantasy series based on the DC comics.