Emmy winner Archie Panjabi, who has played resourceful investigator Kalinda since the pilot, will be leaving at the end of the season.She is not planning a break from American television though, signing a development/holding deal with 20th Century Fox TV to headline a drama pilot for the studio in the spring for fall 2015 consideration.A 25-year-old florist was killed while three others were critically injured after a speeding Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) low floor AC bus jumped a footpath and crushed them in west Delhi’s Punjabi Bagh on Sunday morning.The victim was identified as Raja Thakur, who is a native of Bihar. The three injured included two florists, Rakesh and Mithun, and a scrap collector, identified as Shankar.“I remember going, ‘Oh my gosh – so it is possible for me to do it.’”Excited to see her acting dream become more realistic, she wrote to East Enders stars Nick Berry, Letitia Dean and Shreela Ghosh (who played Naima), asking for help and advice on getting into the business.“And what’s more, they all wrote back,” says Archie, 42.Kumar was booked for rash and negligent driving causing death and hurt.
Especially when I’m all oiled up and feel nice and slippery. I like older men as they love to spoil me and know how to treat me right. Dress me , spoil me, accessorize me and you can have your way with me. The bi-sexual character repeatedly pushed the broadcast content envelope.Kalinda has developed a strong following despite the misguided storyline involving her husband, which triggered backlash among fans.We look forward to meeting all the wonderful new characters Archie brings to the screen.But either way, we’re keeping the boots.” Panjabi won an Emmy in 2010 and has earned two more nominations for her role as the provocative Kalinda Sharma.