Bollywood heartthrob Hrithik Roshan may be scaling the skyscrapers of Hong Kong next year if his father, producer Rakesh, and the Hong Kong Tourism Board strike a deal on the city forming the backdrop for his latest film. The elder Mr Roshan was in town last week to meet stunt co-ordinators, special effects teams and the tourism board to discuss his movie about a man with super-human capabilities - a sequel to the hit film Koi Mil Gaya. Hrithik Roshan, meanwhile, was whipping up a frenzy in Tsim Sha Tsui yesterday as children lined up outside the Intercontinental Hotel all afternoon to catch a glimpse of him. Close to 1,000 members of the South Asian community, decked out in their most glamorous outfits, attended a packed Bollywood extravaganza featuring Roshan, Kareena Kapoor, Akshay Kumar, Aftab Shivdasani, Shilpa Shetty and other celebrities in celebration of this week's Diwali, the Indian festival of lights widely referred to as the Indian New Year. The Diwaliwood Diwali Dreams show, in its second year, was nearly sold out even with a price tag of $1,800 a ticket. Indians from around the region descended upon the city to join affluent young locals at the party, which lasted into the wee hours. Andy Mahtani, one of the organisers, said the idea for the extravaganza came about when a group of young couples were discussing the need for a forum for young Indians in Hong Kong to celebrate Diwali in style. 'Many of us are born in Hong Kong but still very much in touch with our Indian side - and Bollywood definitely,' Mr Mahtani said. Tourism board executive director Clara Chong Ming-wah was recently in Mumbai promoting Hong Kong as a location for Bollywood filming. Hrithik Roshan was also invited earlier this year to be photographed at tourist spots in Hong Kong and is now a poster boy for the city in India. But Hong Kong will be competing with Singapore, New Zealand, Switzerland and Brazil, which have offered incentives to the elder Roshan to film there. Roshan also met action director Tony Ching Siu-tung of Hero fame and said the 'prospects are good for a partnership' for his upcoming movie. 'I rented Hero on DVD and was completely floored with the action in that movie, so I decided I definitely wanted to approach him for this film,' Roshan said.