Indian Express reports that an advocate of the Punjab and Haryana Court wrote in his complaint, "I viewed The Kapil Sharma Show on Saturday from 9 pm to around 10.15 pm. The 'comedy' of Kapil Sharma, and particularly that of Navjot Singh Sidhu was replete with vulgar, double-meanings and obscene dialogues. It violated various provisions of the Indian Penal Code, 1860, as well as those of the Information and Technology (IT) Act. Their dialogues offended my conscience while viewing the show along with my wife and daughters... Although I am yet to procure a recorded version of the utterances of these two comedians, yet on the basis of whatever I can recollect, Sidhu told Kapil Sharma 'Kapil, you please get married, otherwise after crossing 40-years of age, you shall lose your reproductive capacity'."
Indian Express also reports that Navjot Singh Sidhu's absence could also be explained by an allegedly missed flight.
Mr Sidhu recently became a minister in the Punjab government and has sought legal advice on whether he can continue his TV career. Meanwhile, the embattled Kapil Sharma Show has lost one of its biggest stars in Sunil Grover, who was allegedly assaulted by Kapil Sharma on a flight. Comedian Raju Srivastava has joined the cast.