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It seems the writers have lost their way. I think it might be time for the team to tune into Eastenders. That show went from really bad to really good in about a month.
Kal, played by Jimi Mistry, has already confirmed he will be leaving the cobbles. Coronation Street is set to be rocked by an explosive fire - but will it spell the end of Kal Nazir? Jimi Mistry, who plays Kal, has already teased he will be leaving the cobbles with a "fantastic exit storyline".
With the addition of new Coronation Street beauty Sair Khan, we celebrate the street's sexiest stars - past and present - in pictures. With Michelle Keegan set to leave the cobbles next month in an explosive storyline which will see her character Tina McIntyre murderedCoronation Street could be plunged into a crisis - a lack of sex appeal. With Street bosses said to be desperate to sex-up the cobbles, we take a look back at the stunning beauties who have walked the Street.
Only a guru could have predicted the fate awaiting Ramu Gupta Jimi Mistrya young Indian dance instructor mesmerized by Broadway's footlights a world away. Transfixed on a friend's promise of a New York penthouse, a red Mercedes and an endless chorus line of blonde Baywatch babes, India's lord of the dance is going to make it big in America. But the road to fame in New York is no magic carpet ride and Ramu winds up juggling the waiter's tray at an Indian restaurant and going to any audition that comes along.
Adrenaline fuelled action series originally based on the international best selling book by ex-SAS veteran Chris Ryan. Strike Back: Project Dawn is a breathlessly tense, smart and sexy adventure. Across five stories, Scott and Stonebridge plunge into a terrifying siege in a Delhi hotel; mount an undercover operation to derail a weapon heist in Cape Town by a ruthless former IRA operator; take up arms against a ferocious Sudanese militia to rescue a British aid worker; track a treasonous spy in a savage Balkan gangster state; and finally, race to stop a huge-scale double suicide bomber attack in Budapest, orchestrated by the ingenious, merciless Latif.
With a peer kidnapped by terrorists and a major if unspecified threat looming, Stonebridge seeks out Damien Scott Stapletonwhom he finds cage fighting in Kuala Lumpur and, conveniently, living over a whorehouse. The plots are timely — including an international hotel attack and hostage standoff — but the espionage comes across as a thinly veiled excuse to go globe-trotting through the slimy back streets where terrorists huddle. Phelps could find time in the day for the occasional sweaty romp with a hooker.
The only real touch of class in ''Touch of Pink,'' a rickety little romantic comedy whose title riffs on the movie ''That Touch of Mink,'' is Kyle MacLachlan's dead-on impersonation of Cary Grant. Lounging around in a paisley dressing gown, dropping pallid witticisms in Grant's signature staccato style with just the right accent, Mr. MacLachlan finds an easy balance between affectionate imitation and amusing parody.