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EastEnders twist as Panesars taker over Phil Mitchell’s business empire?

Fans of the EASTENDERS are familiar with the rugged guy. Phil Mitchell might face a lengthy prison sentence once police have enough evidence to convict him. Will the Panesars be the ones to purchase his cherished company?

Phil (Steve McFadden), a long-running EastEnders character, takes satisfaction in totally controlling his dubious business and has firmly established himself as the kingpin of the wealthy empire. However, the legendary BBC serial character’s days in Walford are numbered, as he is finally facing a lengthy prison sentence. After deciding that his son Ben Mitchell (Max Bowden) isn’t capable of taking over, he sells the business. Will the Panesars, who are gaining power at the same rate as the Mitchells, take over?

Ben has been threatened in the past by Kheerat Panesar’s (Jaz Deol) involvement in the Arches.

They had a spat a few months ago when Kheerat erected a “Panesar’s” sign to the garage next to the “Mitchell’s” sign.

“What’s that doing on my garage?” Ben fumed when he made the discovery.

“Our garage,” Kheerat corrected him. “We’re partners, remember?”

Ben replied: “Yeah, but I thought you were going to be hands-off, so what’s changed?”

“When you own something, you want your name on it, same as yours,” Kheerat explained.

“Except you don’t know anything about fixing motors, do you?” Ben complained.

“I don’t need to, that’s your job,” Kheerat smirked. “I care about this place, Ben.”

Since then, they’ve been reluctant business partners.

Could the Panesars, on the other hand, extend their ownership of Phil’s company?

Phil is plagued with guilt in upcoming episodes for not telling Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) the truth about the length of his prison sentence.

He tries to visit Raymond, his and Denise Fox’s (Diane Parish) small son, but Isaac Baptiste (Stevie Basaula) and Lola Pearce block him (Danielle Harold).

The two are concerned about Ben after an out-of-character outburst against Lexi Pearce (Isabella Brown).

They tell Phil to focus on his second son, who appears to be in trouble.

Later, Phil pays a visit to Ben to see if he can handle the business, but he quickly notices something is awry.

This makes him think twice about turning over the company to his son, but how will Ben react to the news?

DCI Keeble informs him of his fate at the police station, and it isn’t likely to be good news for the EastEnders legend.

In an emotional talk, Kat and Phil both express how they feel about each other.

Phil returns to Ben and informs him that he is selling the company because he does not believe he will be able to handle it.

Ben, on the other hand, urges him to rethink, despite the fact that he is in a bad situation.

One of Phil’s main concerns, given that he is likely to spend a lengthy time in prison, will be leaving his empire in good hands.

Ben isn’t in the best position to take on extra responsibilities after the recent attack on him and his husband Callum Highway (Tony Clay).

Chelsea Fox of EastEnders has been fired, and Gray’s evil plan has been revealed.

Phil is likely to sell the company, and it’s probable that Kheerat and his mother Suki Panesar (Balvinder Sopal) will be interested.

Despite the fact that the Mitchells and Panesars haven’t always agreed, Phil is sure to see the family’s potential.

With the departure of a beloved figure, could the Panesars emerge as Walford’s next power couple?

They appear to be the greatest candidates to take over Phil’s shady businesses because of their connections and experience.

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Fans of the EASTENDERS are familiar with the rugged guy. Phil Mitchell might face a lengthy prison sentence once police have enough evidence to convict him. Will the Panesars be the ones to purchase his cherished company?

Phil (Steve McFadden), a long-running EastEnders character, takes satisfaction in totally controlling his dubious business and has firmly established himself as the kingpin of the wealthy empire. However, the legendary BBC serial character’s days in Walford are numbered, as he is finally facing a lengthy prison sentence. After deciding that his son Ben Mitchell (Max Bowden) isn’t capable of taking over, he sells the business. Will the Panesars, who are gaining power at the same rate as the Mitchells, take over?

Ben has been threatened in the past by Kheerat Panesar’s (Jaz Deol) involvement in the Arches.

They had a spat a few months ago when Kheerat erected a “Panesar’s” sign to the garage next to the “Mitchell’s” sign.

“What’s that doing on my garage?” Ben fumed when he made the discovery.

“Our garage,” Kheerat corrected him. “We’re partners, remember?”

Ben replied: “Yeah, but I thought you were going to be hands-off, so what’s changed?”

“When you own something, you want your name on it, same as yours,” Kheerat explained.

“Except you don’t know anything about fixing motors, do you?” Ben complained.

“I don’t need to, that’s your job,” Kheerat smirked. “I care about this place, Ben.”

Since then, they’ve been reluctant business partners.

Could the Panesars, on the other hand, extend their ownership of Phil’s company?

Phil is plagued with guilt in upcoming episodes for not telling Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) the truth about the length of his prison sentence.

He tries to visit Raymond, his and Denise Fox’s (Diane Parish) small son, but Isaac Baptiste (Stevie Basaula) and Lola Pearce block him (Danielle Harold).

The two are concerned about Ben after an out-of-character outburst against Lexi Pearce (Isabella Brown).

They tell Phil to focus on his second son, who appears to be in trouble.

Later, Phil pays a visit to Ben to see if he can handle the business, but he quickly notices something is awry.

This makes him think twice about turning over the company to his son, but how will Ben react to the news?

DCI Keeble informs him of his fate at the police station, and it isn’t likely to be good news for the EastEnders legend.

In an emotional talk, Kat and Phil both express how they feel about each other.

Phil returns to Ben and informs him that he is selling the company because he does not believe he will be able to handle it.

Ben, on the other hand, urges him to rethink, despite the fact that he is in a bad situation.

One of Phil’s main concerns, given that he is likely to spend a lengthy time in prison, will be leaving his empire in good hands.

Ben isn’t in the best position to take on extra responsibilities after the recent attack on him and his husband Callum Highway (Tony Clay).

Chelsea Fox of EastEnders has been fired, and Gray’s evil plan has been revealed.

Phil is likely to sell the company, and it’s probable that Kheerat and his mother Suki Panesar (Balvinder Sopal) will be interested.

Despite the fact that the Mitchells and Panesars haven’t always agreed, Phil is sure to see the family’s potential.

With the departure of a beloved figure, could the Panesars emerge as Walford’s next power couple?

They appear to be the greatest candidates to take over Phil’s shady businesses because of their connections and experience.

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Fans of the EASTENDERS are familiar with the rugged guy. Phil Mitchell might face a lengthy prison sentence once police have enough evidence to convict him. Will the Panesars be the ones to purchase his cherished company?

Phil (Steve McFadden), a long-running EastEnders character, takes satisfaction in totally controlling his dubious business and has firmly established himself as the kingpin of the wealthy empire. However, the legendary BBC serial character’s days in Walford are numbered, as he is finally facing a lengthy prison sentence. After deciding that his son Ben Mitchell (Max Bowden) isn’t capable of taking over, he sells the business. Will the Panesars, who are gaining power at the same rate as the Mitchells, take over?

Ben has been threatened in the past by Kheerat Panesar’s (Jaz Deol) involvement in the Arches.

They had a spat a few months ago when Kheerat erected a “Panesar’s” sign to the garage next to the “Mitchell’s” sign.

“What’s that doing on my garage?” Ben fumed when he made the discovery.

“Our garage,” Kheerat corrected him. “We’re partners, remember?”

Ben replied: “Yeah, but I thought you were going to be hands-off, so what’s changed?”

“When you own something, you want your name on it, same as yours,” Kheerat explained.

“Except you don’t know anything about fixing motors, do you?” Ben complained.

“I don’t need to, that’s your job,” Kheerat smirked. “I care about this place, Ben.”

Since then, they’ve been reluctant business partners.

Could the Panesars, on the other hand, extend their ownership of Phil’s company?

Phil is plagued with guilt in upcoming episodes for not telling Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) the truth about the length of his prison sentence.

He tries to visit Raymond, his and Denise Fox’s (Diane Parish) small son, but Isaac Baptiste (Stevie Basaula) and Lola Pearce block him (Danielle Harold).

The two are concerned about Ben after an out-of-character outburst against Lexi Pearce (Isabella Brown).

They tell Phil to focus on his second son, who appears to be in trouble.

Later, Phil pays a visit to Ben to see if he can handle the business, but he quickly notices something is awry.

This makes him think twice about turning over the company to his son, but how will Ben react to the news?

DCI Keeble informs him of his fate at the police station, and it isn’t likely to be good news for the EastEnders legend.

In an emotional talk, Kat and Phil both express how they feel about each other.

Phil returns to Ben and informs him that he is selling the company because he does not believe he will be able to handle it.

Ben, on the other hand, urges him to rethink, despite the fact that he is in a bad situation.

One of Phil’s main concerns, given that he is likely to spend a lengthy time in prison, will be leaving his empire in good hands.

Ben isn’t in the best position to take on extra responsibilities after the recent attack on him and his husband Callum Highway (Tony Clay).

Chelsea Fox of EastEnders has been fired, and Gray’s evil plan has been revealed.

Phil is likely to sell the company, and it’s probable that Kheerat and his mother Suki Panesar (Balvinder Sopal) will be interested.

Despite the fact that the Mitchells and Panesars haven’t always agreed, Phil is sure to see the family’s potential.

With the departure of a beloved figure, could the Panesars emerge as Walford’s next power couple?

They appear to be the greatest candidates to take over Phil’s shady businesses because of their connections and experience.

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