In addition to this, the makers were asked to remove references to two political parties in Tamil Nadu, apart from the names of two characters in the film, who are depicted as an actor and a politician of a national outfit. The committee said they are ready to give U/A certificate to the film if the makers agree to make changes to 38 suggestions of theirs. After Udta Punjab and Padmavat, Anti Indian is said to be the film to have faced these many cuts from the revising committee. The motion poster of the film, which was released a few days ago, had received good response from movie buffs. It is now heard that the makers are approaching re-revising commitee and they hope to receive a favourable verdict from them.