Kapil Sharma
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 Kapil Sharma is in trouble yet again. Not even 24 hours have passed by since he announced his new show 'Family Time with Kapil Sharma', he landed himself in trouble.

Don't worry, this is not about the show but it is about his Instagram post. Kapil Sharma posted a video on his social media handle driving a bike and explaining how he loves Amritsar winters.

#Amritsar #memories #winters #fun #food #bikeride oh god.. missing so many things

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But who knew that Kapil was violating a traffic norm as he wasn't wearing a helmet! Reportedly, Independent Students Federation has filed a complaint against stand-up comedian Kapil Sharma for allegedly violating traffic norms during his visit to Amritsar. President of Federation, Keshav Kohli filed a complaint that the Firangi actor was over speeding on his bullet motorcycle, without wearing helmet.

According to a report, Keshav also said that Kapil was a local native of Amritsar and was a role model to millions of his fans and he should have obeyed the traffic norms.

Well, looks like Kapil Sharma's rough patch is never ending. This is not the first time a celebrity has made headlines for breaking traffic rules. Last year, internet sensation Dhinchak Pooja also recorded a song on a scooty without wearing a helmet.

need ur best wishes :) coming soon ?

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On the professional front, Kapil Sharma recently announced his new show and this time Kapil will be joined by his co-stars Chandan Prabhakar, Kiku Sharda, and Sumona Chakravarti. They will play fun games and activities with families. The show is expected to go on-air in the month of March this year.

The first teaser of our new show on Sony .. news ur best wishes.. love u all :)) ?

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The promo which came out, saw Kapil making fun of his downfall and a bad phase. Recently, a SpotboyE report said that the game show, which will be aired on Sony TV, is inspired from the American game show The Hollywood Squares, in which two contestants play tic-tac-toe to win cash and prizes.