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While Bollywood tapped into the party-loving, boisterous ethnic group from North India in films such as Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayange, Kal Ho Na Ho, Love j Kal, the Punjabis returned the favour by flocking to the theatres.
Preity grooved to It's the time to disco from Kal Ho Na Ho among other songs.
After giving super hits in the same genre like Hum Tum, Salaam Namaste, Kal Ho Na Ho and Love Aaj Kal, Saif plays the character of Gautam, a happy-go-lucky Delhi guy who loves women.
With Salaam Namaste, Kal Ho Na Ho and Hum Tum under his belt, it was easy to picture him as a smooth-talking Casanova.
At their show, the trio will lead a 10-piece band including drummer Darshan Doshi in a performance of their greatest soundtracks from hits such as Kal Ho Na Ho and Dil Chahta Hai.
To be held at ADNEC's Abu Dhabi hall on December 16, the prolific team -- who have composed music for more than 50 films -- will regale fans with their hits from blockbusters including Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, Kal Ho Na Ho and Taare Zameen Par.
As the title of the concert, Fusion 2010, suggests, the 3 Idiots star will mix a medley of over 25 Western and Bollywood tunes with concert-honcho Mahadevan of Kal Ho Na Ho and Maa fame.
Known for their electrifying stage gigs, tune your ears to their hits from films, including Dil Chahta Hai, Wake Up Sid and Kal Ho Na Ho.