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Emmerdale’s Chris Bisson reveals what’s next in tragic Frank plot

His death is destroying lives in the village

Chris Bisson gave away a teaser on Loose Women of what’s to come in Emmerdale.

Today (August 8 2019) Chris, who plays factory owner Jai Sharma, appeared on Loose Women to talk about the recent fire storyline in the ITV soap.

Last week character Frank Clayton left the burning sweet factory but as he got out, an explosion happened, throwing Frank against the van.

Emmerdale Frank Michael Praed Credit: ITV
Frank died in the Sharma & Sharma factory fire (Credit: ITV)

Jai and his family were in financial trouble before the fire and they are now relying on the insurance money to keep them afloat and pay off their loan to Kim Tate.

However, villagers don’t know that Kerry Wyatt and her daughter Amy sabotaged the CCTV footage in the factory after Kerry broke in and stole charity money from the safe so her daughter could pay off a debt.

Speaking on Loose Women, Chris revealed that there is more to come and gave a teaser of what viewers can expect.

Chris said: “Jai’s right in the middle of it, it’s his factory, his dad has made a mess of it and he’s trying now to pick up the pieces.

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Chris plays Jai Sharma (Credit: ITV)

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“The factory workers are all out of work so they’re on his case, and obviously Frank has died and he’s with my ex-wife [played by] Gaynor Faye, so she’s grieving and giving Jai a hard time.”

Chris then placed his hand over his mouth and said: “Oh I don’t know if we’ve got to that bit yet.”

Chris appeared on Loose Women (Credit: YouTube/Loose Women)

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Loose Women then played a preview clip where Kim goes up to Jai and his dad Rishi, asking about their first payment.

Chris then pointed at the preview clip and said: “That’s signalling that Kim Tate will be a big part of the future, so she and Jai will be having battles.”

Emmerdale is on Monday to Friday at 7pm with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursday on ITV.

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