Coronation Street details new story for Daryan Zahawi

Coronation Street spoilers follow.

Coronation Street is giving Daryan Zahawi a brand-new plotline in which he goes looking for his brother.

In scenes set to air soon, a man named Mo turns up at the charity shop looking for a suit for an interview. However, he can't afford to buy one, so Nina, volunteering to help Evelyn out, lends him a tenner. He later pops up at the café to pay Nina back, much to Evelyn's surprise.

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Overhearing that the suit was for an immigration interview, Daryan sits down with Mo for a chat. Daryan eventually learns that Mo was at the same processing centre as his brother.

He excitedly tells Gary and Maria that his brother has ended up in Nottingham, but he's unable to get any more specific details to track him down.

With some money from Maria and Gary, and with his social worker in tow, Daryan eventually heads off to Nottingham to try and finally find his brother.

Will he be able to reunite with his sibling?

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Meanwhile, tonight's (February 22) Corrie episode featured a big step forward for Alya, who was another victim of the extreme racism that has plagued the cobbles recently.

Following her attack, Alya had been hesitant about giving a statement to the police, not wanting to relive her trauma. But after speaking with Max and giving him a piece of her mind, Alya went ahead with her speech at her attacker Blake's sentencing, stating: "I'm giving more to my community than someone like Blake ever will."

Coronation Street airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8pm on ITV1 and streams on ITVX.

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