The band, known for songs like "Main hoon", "Dhat teri ki" and "Ishq bulava", is set to perform here on Saturday and in Ahmedabad on Sunday as part of the #PledgeTour, which follows the #NoWorldWithoutGirls motto.
The Nizami Bandhu also made their debut in the Jashn-E-Rekhta -- a three-day cultural festival that celebrates the essence of Urdu, Shayeri, Mushaira, that kicked off in the capital on December 8.
"Kollywood and Tollywood are happening right now. I will take it one at a time. I am happy making whatever I am doing. If this ('Bewajah') does well and doors open up, then let's see," he said.
For SAF, Mudgal said that she had to immerse herself into research and analysis and involve herself in a lot of studying to create the best line-up for the event.
This song is a continuation in the album "PRIDE" for the band Joi, and aims to celebrate the glorious stories and traditions of Assam.
"Earlier there was no way to reach people, we had no means of getting in touch with our fans, unless we directly had a concert but now we can directly do so with the help of social media," he said.