We are not sure yet who killed FBI agent Nazan Abbasi in Kaleidoscope, but as per sources, she was killed by one of the Triplets. However, it has also been said that she died of a natural cause as she crosses the street and falls to the ground before reaching the opposite side. As Samuel reviews her work and her employer comforts him by explaining that sometimes a person's profession simply takes over them, it is hinted that her death was by natural causes. However, we have to wait until her Killer is revealed.
Kaleidoscope, a new limited series on Netflix, has a lot of recognizable elements. It is a heist story, so it has many of the stories that you may anticipate: resentments from the past, team building, and Kleiner missions that prepare for the big one. However, there is one significant way that Kaleidoscope, which debuted on January 1 and is currently the No. 1 TV show on Netflix, is different from other episodes you may have seen. The episodes can be seen in any sequence.
Without giving too much away, the eight episodes of Kaleidoscope center on a robbery that takes place over 25 years. Giancarlo Esposito portrays Ray Vernon (also known as Leo Pap), the mastermind of a crew planning a multibillion-dollar heist while repaying a long-standing grudge. Each episode covers a specific aspect of the plot, concentrating on Vernon's motivations, the preparation for the robbery, or what happens in the aftermath. The episodes are delivered to you in whichever order Netflix chooses (except the actual heist serving as the final episode).
Niousha Noor plays FBI Agent Nazan Abbasi in the ensemble. Nazan is a committed agent who is also in addiction treatment. As the program continued, viewers learned that FBI agent Nazan had passed away. So let's find out who killed her.
The Identity of the Killer Who Killed the FBI Agent Nazan Abbasi Has Yet to Be Revealed in Kaleidoscope; However, One of the Triplets Is Hinted to Be Her Killer and It Is Also Hinted That She Might Have Died of Natural Causes!
Although FBI agent Nazan Abbasi's (Niousha Noor) (@nioushanoor) death is the most gruesome in the series, it is solely the result of her actions. Nazan is a committed agent who is also in addiction treatment. When Ava Mercer's name comes up in connection with the diamond way theft while she is originally investigating Leo's prison break, she becomes fixated on what Ava must be connected with.
Unfortunately, Ava uses Nazan's drug addiction to distract the FBI from Ray's whereabouts, destroying Nazan's life. Later, Nazan tries to find Ray to make up for all that has gone wrong in her life when she finds out that he is ready to commit a significant robbery. But because of his persistent meddling in the Pink probe, which is launched six months after the crime, a hitman is sent to kill the triplets.
Nazan has made significant progress in the case six months after the heist, and she also involves the Triplets in the investigation. After Stan tries to pawn one of the things taken during the Diamond Way theft and is caught, she and Samuel travel to South Carolina.
Leo is instructed by Bob to arrange a meeting with Stan and Judy; however, Bob calls Nazan while pretending to call Stan and Judy and providing them with a time and location. Bob exits in a hail of gunfire when he arrives at the rendezvous place where Nazan and a group of other operatives are waiting for him. The FBI considers the investigation to be largely closed as a result of his and Ava's deaths, but Nazan isn't happy. Even if the bonds are still missing, she is adamant that there is still a piece of the puzzle, so she keeps attempting to contact the Triplets. According to Roger Salas in Blue,
it is not illegal to cross triples the wrong way because, You cross them the wrong way, one day you're strolling down the street, somebody brushes your arm, and three blocks later you die of a heart attack.
One day while FBI agent Nazan is crossing the street, an elderly guy asks her for directions. When she gives him the information, he shakes her hand and expresses his gratitude. She immediately crosses the street and falls to the ground before reaching the opposite side.
As Samuel reviews her work and her employer comforts him by explaining that sometimes a person's profession simply takes over them, it is hinted that she passed away of natural causes. In the end, since the Triplets are frequently mentioned as a threat and prefer that the bonds not be looked into since they have successfully laundered it, it is reasonable to assume that the seemingly innocuous interaction with the elderly guy was lethal. And maybe the Triplets had made a plan to kill the FBI agent Nazan.