Munnabhai's troubles just never seem to end. Now a Mumbai court has directed the Mumbai police to submit by February 25 its report on inquiry into one Meraj-ur-Rehman's claim that he is the first husband of Manyata, whose marriage to Sanjay Dutt had already been in the centre of a controversy. Meraj, who is in police custody for sending obscene messages to Bollywood actresses, has in a written complaint to the Bandra metropolitan magistrate contended that Manyata's marriage to Sanjay Dutt February 11 was illegal, as he has not divorced her yet. Sanjay and Manyata first had a registered marriage in Goa and then a Hindu ritual marriage in Mumbai. However, the Goa district administration last week had ordered re-examination of the marriage registration papers. For a registered marriage in Goa, at least one person must be a Goa resident for a minimum six months. When Goa authorities learnt that the domicile certificate Manyata submitted was false, they served a show-cause notice on her last week and asked her why this certificate should not be cancelled. Manyata has sought a fortnight's time to file her reply to the notice.