Raghuram is asked to kill the Chief Minister and if he does not, then a sniper will murder Siya who is on duty at another location. Left with no choice, Raghuram murders the Chief Minister.
He is then cornered ACP Bhardwaj (Arunoday Singh), Tiwary (Somnath Mahato) and Aditya, the mastermind behind the assassination of his own father.
The three take Raghuram to a run down factory and kill him there. After his death, Raghuram starts to fiddle with the things in the lab and drinks a concoction only to realise that he could now go invisible.
However, there is a catch, he will stay invisible as long as there is no blue neon or sunlight. Raghuram now returns as the invisible Mr. X to take revenge.
The film has an interesting story line, but then it’s saddled with an extremely juvenile screenplay. The songs are no great shakes and the special effects, which are supposedly the backbone of such films are shoddy and childlike.
What went into Raghu’s transformation into Mr. X, what is the magic potion that regenerates his cells from scratch, what chemicals caused Raghu’s skin to char; well there are too many questions that remain unanswered.
Emraan Hashmi, has tried very hard to do justice to his character, but then he has fallen flat with this one. Amyra Dastur, has a great role but, then she has a log way to go. Yes, she is better than what we saw her in Issaq.
Arunoday Singh looks good, has a great screen presence but then he his character lacks depth.
All in all, Emraan Hashmi as Mr. X is not a patch on Anil Kapoor in Mr. India.
Sorry!! Mr. X should be avoided completely.
Mr. X is all about Raghuram Rathod (Emraan Hashmi), who is a cop in the Anti Terrorist Department. He is in love with his colleague Siya Verma (Amyra ...1.0