There are close to 9,000 miles between Tampa and Bombay, but a slice of Bollywood is coming to Bulls country when a handful of actors and actresses from India's movie industry come to the USF Sun Dome on May 11 for a star-studded night of music.
Leading the charge is 45-year John Abraham (that man smoldering in the photo above) who won the Gladrags Manhunt competition in March of 1999 before eventually starring in erotic flick Jism, which sadly flopped. Abraham finally got his groove back in '04 when he played the antihero Kabir in Dhoom.
Tickets for the event are on sale now and will cost fans $59-$129 (before facility fee or service charges).
Joining Abraham is Malaika Arora Khan, a dance and MTV India OG who eventually recorded hits like "Chaiyya Chaiyya" and "Munni Badnaam Hui."
Alka Yagnik ("Hum Tum Rahenge," "Mere Angne Mein") LV Revanth, Kubra, Bhoomi Trvedi, Sudesh and Krushna round out the bill.
Get more information — and watch Abraham work — below.