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But aside from the events within Walford, actors on the classic BBC soap have been letting Davood Ghadami, who played Kush, know just how much they're going 

Jimmy and Davood have worked together for six years on the soapGet FREE email updates for EastEndersAs avid EastEnders fans will know, after 7 years on Albert Square Kush Kazemi met a truly grim end last night at the hands of the murderous Gray Atkins who extended his growing list of murders to three.But aside from the events within Walford, actors on the classic BBC soap have been letting Davood Ghadami, who played Kush, know just how much they’re going to miss him.

None more so than Jimmy Bye.Bye, who has played Martin Fowler since 2014, was clearly very close to Ghadami and posted a touching tribute to their time on the show together on Instagram, setting the location as ‘Best Friends Forever’.The post included a shot of the two mates laughing together and a whole host of memories from down the years, both on camera and off it.The caption was full of jokes and sarcasm, encapsulating their playful friendship, it read: “@therealdavood what do I say??? I think this picture sums us up perfectly! Consummate professionals at all times.“No one makes me laugh this hard.

My best mate, my brother.

Often lover…“Spending the last 6 and a bit years across the hall from you…

watching…listening, but mainly watching…

has been a pleasure!“I’ve taught you everything I know, and now it’s time for you to fly my friend – not too far, obvs! @bbcholbycity would work nicely, and I know you are going to continue to share your warm heart and “unique charm” over there!“I’m going to miss you mate.

It’s very rare we’re serious with each other but it has to be said – you are insanely talented and working with you was an honour!! Love you…

‘sometimes maaaaaaan’.”Is your weekly dose of drama from Albert Square simply not enough? Do you find yourself scrolling through the social media pages of cast members, trying to guess what might happen next? Are you as well acquainted with the 'Enders as your are your own family?If the answer to any of the above questions is a resounding yes, we have good news.You can sign up for MyLondon's EastEnder's newsletter to get all the latest from Walford straight to your inbox twice a week – and it's absolutely FREE!Make sure you stay ahead of the crowd and get all the gossip on upcoming storylines, off-screen gossip and updates about the cast by signing up.To sign up to the EastEnders London newsletter, simply follow this link and select the newsletter that's right for you.And to really customise your news experience on the go, you can download our top-rated free apps for iPhone and Android.

Find out more here.Davood responded saying simply: “My heart” so I think it’s safe to say he was touched by the heartfelt message.As Jimmy referenced in his post Ghadami has already announced he will be joining another BBC drama Holby City in the near future, although that might be no consolation to fans of Kush still reeling from his shocking death..


Tue, 20 Apr 2021 00:00:00 +0100

We knew that Kush Kazemi (Davood Ghadami) would be leaving EastEnders this week, but we didn't expect him to go like that! Advertisement


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This competition is now closed By Emma Bullimore Published: Monday, 19th April 2021 at 8:29 pm We knew that Kush Kazemi (Davood Ghadami) would be leaving EastEnders this week, but we didn’t expect him to go like that!Let us get our breath back…Far from waving goodbye to Walford in the back of a taxi, successfully running away with Whit or even being sent down for robbery, Kush left the show in a way that left fans reeling.**Warning – the rest of this article contains spoilers for tonight’s episode of EastEnders** We’ve got spoilers, gossip and exclusive interviews for you.

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As Kush, Whit and Arthur head to the tube station, their plan is to go to Dubai to start a new life.

But when nature calls, Whitney takes Arthur to the toilet leaving Kush on the platform all alone.

Gray intercepts him, livid that Whitney lied to him.Gray snaps and lunges for Kush, who accidentally pushes him onto the tube tracks.

With the train approaching, Gray manages to get to safety, with Kush’s help.

Seeing an opportunity, Gray pushes Kush onto the tracks, walking away as the tube runs him over.

Eek.Ghadami admits he’s glad to leave the show with a bang.

“I’ll be sad to see Kush go, but I’ve loved every minute of playing him and I have really enjoyed this final storyline,” he says.“I hope it surprised a few people because I don’t think viewers were expecting it.

The way and manner in which he leaves the show will hopefully be memorable for people and they’ll be able to look back on it as a real shocking moment.”Ghadami also reveals CGI was used to create the episode, which is highly unusual for a soap.

“It was very exciting to film this storyline, the set had been made specifically for this story and the CGI gave it an extra edge.

To be part of something like that, that bold and that different, was a real privilege and a nice way to end my time on EastEnders.Kush’s departure marks a sad moment for EastEnders fans, after seven years of watching his highs and lows on Albert Square. Dry your eyes though – Ghadami, who previously competed on Strictly Come Dancing, will soon be back on our screens in BBC medical drama Holby City, playing Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon Eli Ebrahimi.EastEnders continues tomorrow at 7:30pm on BBC One.

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EastEnders 39; Jimmy Bye shares touching goodbye message to 39;best
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