Farhan Akhtar and Shah Rukh Khan set the stage on fire last night at the 'Lalkaar' concert in Bandra Amphitheatre in Mumbai.
Farhan, who wants to spread awareness against gender violence through his concert 'Lalkaar', says that he wants to take this movement to villages and small cities.
Farhan who was present at the 'Lalkaar' concert jointly hosted by his foundation MARD (Men Against Rape and Discrimination), Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Population Foundation Of India on Tuesday here, says that this movement shouldn't be restricted to cities.
"We want it to go deeper like in villages and small cities so that it doesn't look like an elitist type of movement," he said.
"We want regional artists and people to get associated with it as we want to present this concert in different languages," he added.
Asked what kind of awareness they are trying to bring through MARD's 'Lalkaar' concert Farhan said: "This concert has a message."
Talking about the "Lalkaar" concert, Farhan said: "I don't know about the expectations but I am very happy to organise a concert like this. It's a free concert and we wanted that people in large numbers should come to see it."
The "Lalkaar" event was attended by Shah Rukh Khan, Armaan Malik, Papon, Salim Merchant, Sulaiman Merchant, Harshdeep Kaur, Sukriti Kakkar and Prakriti Kakkar.
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan performed a small gig at the event.