C Elamaran, or more popularly known as 'Blue Sattai' Maran is a notable film reviewer in Tamil cinema. Blue Sattai Maran has a good fan base among the youth audience and his body language while reviewing a film, has a special fan following. Maran is someone who is considered to be extremely critical about the movies he watches and several reviews of his have turned out to be controversial in the past. After making a mark as a film reviewer, Maran will be making his debut as a director and his first film is ready for release. Titled as Anti Indian, the film features several fresh faces as the leads. The makers of the film unveiled the official motion poster today (May 14) and it has gone viral among the fans.

The motion poster starts with a funeral procession and we see men from different religions walking ahead of the procession. Later, we see Blue Sattai Maran face in the obituary poster. A few dialogues (as audios) take control towards the end of the motion poster. This promo video looks promising and it looks like Maran has got something interesting to talk about. From what we see, it looks like Anti Indian is a social drama, and let us see what the director inside Maran has to say. Apart from writing and directing the film, Maran has also scored the music for Anti Indian.

Many of us did not know that there was a musician inside Maran and it is going to be an important film for him. Anti Indian is produced by Adham Bava under the banner of Moon Pictures. A few weeks before, the CBFC (Central Board of Film Certification) refused to certify the film and it created a huge buzz on social media. Maran has applied for the film to be censored by the revising committee of the CBFC and further details are awaited. From what we hear, it looks like the film has quite a few controversial sequences because of which the CBFC might have denied certification.

However, let us hope that the problems are sorted out so that we could see the film soon. For now, check out the newly released motion poster of Blue Sattai Maran's debut directorial, Anti Indian here: