Emraan Hashmi's "Mr X" is a 3D science fiction thriller directed by Vikram Bhatt and produced by Mukesh Bhatt. The film, which opened in theatres on Friday, has received mixed response from critics.
Also starring Amyra Dastur and Arunoday Singh, the film tells the story of a cop who gains the power of invisibility.
The film has received negative remarks from critics for its storyline and actors' performances.
Read the review below:
Manjusha Radhakrishnan of Gulf News said: "Just like his struggle to bring down evil men, he's alone in his fight to make Mr X a watchable film. Go for this if you are a Hashmi fan. All others can give this one a miss."
Sneha May Francis of Emirates 24/7 said: "Vikram Bhatt's attempt at science-fiction is diluted by tacky special effects, a convoluted plot, and random lip-locks."
"With pretty much nothing going for Mr X, we can safely urge you to protect your mind from this idiotic mess."
Lokesh Dharmani of Masala.com said: "Let's just say Mr. X is a quarterly deal between the Bhatts and their bhanja with everything typically Vishesh films --- hot Chiquita, check, bad CG, check and kissing scenes, hell check!!
My only question to Mr. X was Y! Why were you made? Watch it only if you are a huge Hashmi fan.
Pathikrit Sanyal of IBNLive said: "#EmraanHashmi proposes to #AmyraDastur with a plastic bottle ring because he didn't have an actual ring. Such cheesey. Much propose. #MrX
"An entire building explodes. Everything is destroyed. But wait. Emraan Hashmi lives buried under the rubble. Only his hair got burnt. #MrX"