Hyderabad, Apr 5 (ANI): Hyderabad Police on Monday reached Tennis Star Sania Mirza's house to question Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik, who is her prospective bridegroom, in a case filed against him by Mohammed Siddiqui.
Sania and Mailk are scheduled to enter wedlock on April 15.
On Sunday evening, Siddiqui, father of Ayesha, who alleged that Malik married her earlier, filed a complaint against him.
Siddiqui family alleged Malik of harassing Ayesha, cheating to marry another girl and criminal intimidation including threats to her to keep quiet.
Meanwhile, the police also asked Malik not to leave the city without their permission.
City Police Commissioner A K Khan said immigration officials were also put on alert.
Police are taking legal opinion since Mailk is a Pakistani national.
"The Banjara Hills police have received a complaint by Ayesha Siddiqui against Shoaib Malik. We have registered a case against Shoaib. Now we will take legal opinion quickly before taking further action," Additional Commissioner of Police D. Thirumala Rao said.
A case under Sections 420 (cheating), 498-A (dowry harassment) and 506 (criminal intimidation) has been booked against Malik at the Banjara Hills Police Station.
Malik, who landed in Hyderabad on Saturday, admitted to his marriage with Ayesha, but claimed it was invalid.
Malik also accused Ayesha of cheating him as he believed the girl he was marrying was the one in the photographs sent to him by her. (ANI)