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Who plays Deputy Crown Prince Kamal on NCIS: Los Angeles?

NCIS Agent Marty Deeks during October 14 episode of NCIS: Los Angeles
NCIS Agent Marty Deeks during October 14 episode of NCIS: Los Angeles. Pic credit: CBS

Ritesh Rajan will guest star as Deputy Crown Prince Kamal on NCIS: Los Angeles. According to the preview and sneak peeks for the upcoming episode, Callen and Sam are assigned to protect the Crown Prince. As can be expected, some drama will ensue.

Who is actor Ritesh Rajan on NCIS: Los Angeles?

Rajan portrayed Linus Ahluwalia on the Freeform television series Stitchers. He has also been seen as Mowgli’s father in the 2016 Disney version of The Jungle Book. His IMDb credits also include appearances on Criminal Minds, Law & Order, and The Last Airbender.

NCIS: Los Angeles episode sneak peek

The sneak peek below has been released for Season 10 Episode 3 of NCIS: Los Angeles. There are a lot of questions about Hetty Lange and Mosely that could also be addressed during the new installment.

Will they remain part of the NCIS family? Or will the events in Mexico derail their careers?

Season 10 has already been rough on NCIS team

Seven members of NCIS had a really rough time down in Mexico as they searched for Mosely’s son. One didn’t make it back, Mosely has been in Washington since returning, and Callen was replaced on the team while he recovered from injuries.

The team is pretty battered, not counting the hits Sam took from a bank robber in an iron suit during the last episode.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iaCp0CnVos

Will the NCIS: Los Angeles team succeed at protecting Deputy Crown Prince Kamal? Make sure to tune in on Sunday night to find out how Callen does when he returns to the job.

If the end of the preview is any indication, where the narrator speaks about a huge twist and Kensi is put in danger, then it should be an exciting night.

NCIS: Los Angeles airs Sunday nights at 9/8c on CBS.

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