LAHORE After severe threats of Hindu extremist outfit Shiv Sena to Bollywood against giving performing assignments to Pakistani artists, the Lollywood bigwigs have advised their performers to stop frequent visits to India, and avoid acting in Indian films and participating in television shows. According to Indian media reports, the warnings by Shiv Sena came in the wake of the detention of a worldwide renowned Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan at Delhi airport against carrying undeclared currency. The media reports said that Shiv Sena wrote a letter to all the productions houses, organisers, event managers and media houses saying, We would like to inform you that henceforth if any of the above mentioned fraternities indulge in such an act wherein the Indian soil is used for Pakistani performers we are determined to teach them a lesson in our style. We also very strongly condemn the manner in which some of you are entertaining few Pakistani artistes time and again by conducting events and television programmes, serials and other programmes thus making our Indian artistes helpless, jobless causing grave injustice to their hard-earned talent. Talking to TheNation veteran film director of Lollywood, Syed Noor said it was shameful for the Pakistani artists, who frequently visited India just for cupidity of fame and money, to work in Indian film industry after such insult. He said it had been cleared that Indians spared no effort to slander the Pakistani artists but regretfully it was stated that some of our artists still wished to work in Indian film industry. He said Shiv Sena threatened and insulted our artists several times but despite of such incidents the artists were frequently visiting India. They should at least keep in mind the respect of the country if they have not their own, he added. Noor said, actually they are all money makers and can go to any extent for this. Terming about the issue of Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Noor said he belonged to a distinguished family which he should keep in mind and the Indian authorities punished and insulted him just for being Pakistani. He said Indians were exporting their culture to our country through their films and dramas but the authorities concerned were not taking any measure in this regard.