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 The final Silver Street episode was broadcast on Fri 26 Mar 2010 and the final omnibus on Sun 28 Mar 2010
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Mushtaq's new houseMUSHTAQ'S HOUSE 

What's it all about?

When Mushtaq moved out of Silver Street and into the leafy suburb of Heatherton Wood, he was making a bit of a statement. Heatherton Wood is a much sought-after location and Mushtaq thought that living there would show that he's 'made it'.

With an impressive driveway and 11 rooms it's rather a large house for just one person, but Zenab has been keeping him company and she's showing no signs of going back to Lahore at the moment. The latest edition to the household is a massive plasma TV screen but Mushtaq is cagey about his reasons for buying it: was it to watch football with Shazia or Bollywood movies with Zenab?

Most likely to see there: 
 
Mushtaq - after all it is his house
Mani - Mushtaq's oldest and best friend 
Shazia Malik MP - but only when Zenab isn't there.

Classic moments:

- Zenab arriving back from Pakistan totally unannounced.
- Shazia being forced to hide in a cupboard when she and Mushtaq were nearly caught together at the house.
- The Police arriving en masse to arrest Imran for murder during dinner with Shazia Malik and her family

Did you know?

Mani stayed with Mushtaq after he came out of hospital and to keep him active Mushtaq put him to work stuffing envelopes! 
 
And another thing...

 
When Mushtaq moved into this house he gave his old house to Rozena and Imran as a present.

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