LAHORE The controversy surrounding Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Maliks marriage with Indian tennis player Sania Mirza is getting bigger by the day, with the former skipper planning to go to court against an Indian girl, Ayesha Siddiqui, who has claimed to be his first wife. And a private news channel claimed it had received a photocopy of 'nikahnama of Shoaib Malik which stated Shoaib Malik had married Maha Siddiqui. However, Indian girl Ayesha Siqqui claimed her original name is Maha Siddiqui and that the 'nikahnama was real one. According to the channel, the residential address of Shoaib Malik was written in the nikahnama as A-4, Tariq Colony, Sialkot. As per the nikahnama, the nikah was performed by Hafiz Mohamamd Khalid s/o Mohammad Munir and mehar was fixed at Rs 500. A stamp of registrar Nasir Khan was also seen in the document. Shoaibs brother-in-law Imran Zafar Malik said that they have hired a counsel in New Delhi to take legal action against the Hyderabad based Siddiqui family. Imran claimed that Shoaib got engaged to Ayesha, but the Siddiqui family had shown a photograph of another girl at the time of engagement. This fraud was the reason behind Shoaib breaking his engagement with Ayesha, Imran said. Meanwhile, breaking her silence over the controversy, Ayesha has claimed that she is still married to Shoaib and that their marriage was not a 'fraud. Talking to a television channel Ayesha claimed she has 'proof of her marriage with the Pakistani all rounder and she would soon present it in front of the whole world.