Aadi and Asha Alahan, the twins from Coronation Street, may argue sometimes, but they always have each other’s backs.
In upcoming episodes of Coronation Street, Adam Hussain’s character Aadi Alahan will feel completely deceived by her twin sister Asha, played by Tanisha Gorey. It comes as last week, it was Aadi being the bad twin after he kissed Aash’a girlfriend, Nina Lucas (Mollie Gallagher).
It happened after Asha was accused by Nina of reporting her colleague out of jealousy. After a tussle, Nina bounded out. She ran into Ash, and the two exchanged a quick kiss and a heart-to-heart.
They felt instant regret for their actions. Asha is unaware of this as of yet, but it appears that she will soon find out and may go too far in seeking revenge. Later, when Nina went back to Asha, her girlfriend apologized to her.
Asha discovered that the report had been made by a different paramedic. Aadi is hospitalized in upcoming scenes of the ITV soap opera due to an incident.
Asha will probably feel bad because she and her brother probably had a heated argument. According to spoilers, Aadi makes a terrible discovery.
Unaired scenes show Aadi becoming sick and being admitted to the hospital.
Their father, Dev Dev Alahan (Jimmi Harkishin), informs Aadi in the hospital that he will not permit him to go back to his apartment.
He insists that Aadi return home with Asha and him.
Later, after Asha breaks the news to her brother that she and Nina are no longer together and that Nina has moved out, Aadi is devastated.
While Asha assists Aadi in packing up his apartment, Aadi finds his sister’s bracelet lying on the ground.
An incredibly guilty Asha has no choice but to acknowledge that she called him when he was getting angry on the couch and left.
But might this have been a harmless error?
Maybe Asha was unaware of it. Aadi thought he was sleeping since he was tired and ill.
Is it possible for Aadi to forgive his twin sister for abandoning him?
Or might he decide to permanently leave the family because he finds the betrayal to be too great?