The songs in Bollywood musicals are usually recorded by faceless playback singers and lip-synched by actors. But 33-year-old playback singer Sonu Nigam is a face: he’s released his own pop albums, acted in movies, and hosted shows on TV and radio. He’s known for matching his baritone to a variety of actors and moods; recent hits include the melancholy duets “Mere Haath Mein” (“When My Hand Is in Yours”) from Fanaa and “Tumhi Dekho Na” (“See It Yourself”) from Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna. Earlier this year the “Elvis of India” shocked his fans by announcing that he’s cutting back on his workload to improve his hit-to-miss ratio–he says only about a dozen of the 300 sound-track songs he’s recorded in the past two years have become hits. Last month he self-released a patriotic song, “Yeh Rashtra Prem Ki Bhavana” (“This Land Is a Place of Love”), and he’ll record an album he’s called “a little more than just semiclassical” after he wraps up a ten-city U.S. tour. His glitzy stage show features singers Sowmya Raoh and his father, Agam Nigam, and 16 musicians and dancers. Sat 9/9, 7 PM, Auditorium Theatre, Roosevelt University, 50 E. Congress, 800-974-1088 or 312-559-1212, $35-$250. All ages.