'Mr X', also starring Amyra Dastur, is a sci-fil movie that centres around an Anti-Terrorist Squad officer (Emraan), who undergoes a life-altering accident, which brings him face-to-face with his invisible powers.
    
"The film has been designed to have a long run like 'Mr X 1', 'Mr X 2' and so on... but the final decision will depend on the box-office success of the first film," Emraan said during a visit here.
     
The 36-year-old actor clarified that his character in the film is not a superhero."Many people are misconstruing it as a superhero but I
will not put Mr X in that space. Whether he becomes like that will be known if there is a trilogy. Mr X is not a superhero because if I compare him Batman, he would still think before killing Joker but Mr X won't think before killing someone,"Emraan said.
    
The star, however, admitted that it is his first righteous character with just a little tinge of "grey".
    
Produced by Mahesh Bhatt's Vishesh Films and presented by Fox Star Studios, "Mr X" releases on April 17 in 3D and 2D. The actor is particularly excited for "Mr X" because he feels he can show to his five-year-old son Ayaan.
    
"My wife has always kept my son away from my films, not that he can understand much but now he probably can understand more than he used to... so yeah 'Mr X' will be the first film I can show it to him. He is very keen to see it because my character has superpowers.”
    
The Vikram Bhatt-helmed film is laced with 3D effects and Emraan, whose last film with the director was 'Raaz 3D', was all praise for the technology.

 

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