Actor Rahil Azam, who portrayed the negative character of ACP Praduman's son Nakul in the long-running investigative series "CID", is heading back to the TV show.
The show is coming up with another twist in ACP's life where he will be seen tackling with his psychotic son, whom he shot dead earlier.
Commenting on his comeback, Rahil told IANS: "Nakul is back to take revenge from his father as a member of a terrorist gang. People are going to watch ACP tackling with his own blood. Viewers must have loved my role previously that the reason I had to make a comeback almost after 10 years."
In the upcoming episodes, the "Hatim" fame actor will be seen as an integral part of an international terrorist gang which is responsible for bomb blasts in 15 countries and is continuing the terror trail in Mumbai.
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