BHOPAL (Agencies) -Had Azhar Ali fallen into the hands of some Hindi filmmaker in his pursuit of betrayed love, his ordeal might have spawned an international film themed around cross-border romance involving India, Pakistan, Nepal and Malaysia. Unfortunately, he fell into the hands of police and for the last six months now, Ali has been languishing in the Chhindwara district jail. Azhar Ali (27), a Pakistani citizen, had come to India in September last year to find the woman he claimed to have loved and married - Ratna Soni, a resident of Chhindwara in Madhya Pradesh. According to Ali, who is a resident of Cheena village near Lahore, he met Ratna in Malaysia where she had come with her troupe to perform. They fell in love and got married in May last year in Nepal, claims Ali. Later, Ratna reportedly took Rs 0.1 million from him and came to India without his knowledge. Later, she asked him to come to India and take her back with him. He came under the police scanner after the members of Ratnas troupe beat him up during a performance when he tried to meet her. Ali has been booked under provisions of the Foreigners Act for illegally crossing over into India; under the Passport Act; under sections 467 and 478 of the IPC for allegedly carrying a forged Nepalese passport; and tampering with official documents.