Ayan which has hit the screens lately is not an ideal follow-up for the emotionally captivating “Vaaranam Aayiram” which was Surya’s last release. Ayan is a must watch if you as a viewer like the larger than life hero bashing up the bad guys and simultaneously romancing the beautiful girl available around. The movie begins on a very classy note where Deva (surya) walks out of the immigration counter at the Chennai International Airport only to find out within minutes that he is a pirated CD smuggler who knows the nuances of sneaking pirated goods through customs.

Deva then meets his mentor Doss (Prabhu) and they both plan to release the CD of a yet-to-be released movie through a computer centre with the help of their henchman Dilli (karunas). The rival gang’s man gets caught in the airport and they take it as a prestige issue to get the CD released by them and they give a tip-off to the authorities.

Deva decides to surrender before police and is saved by a stranger in Chitti (Jagan) as he admits to the crime. Deva and Chitti then become friends and they both go in unison to carry out all deals. The group does not stop with pirated CD business but they also are into a big smuggling racket and their operations begin from Chennai to Congo in Africa.

Yamuna (Tamannaah) as the sister of Chitti who is doing her final year B.Pharm (She hardly goes to college) bumps into Deva and both fall in love instantly.

Kamlesh (Debutant Akashdeep Saigal) as the villain wants to snatch all business deals from Doss and he does all illegal activities after he had taken over the business from his father and his main aim is to be the king-pin of the industry.

Deva and Kamlesh begin the tit-for-tat game and each gang tries to outwit the other. When the cat and mouse game goes on at various locations, the viewer gets a twist in the movie when Deva comes to know that Kamlesh has an informer in his gang.

Parthiban (Ponvannan) as the customs officer stops Deva every time at the airport only to find out that the information received was not true. Deva then goes to Malaysia where the twist in the tale happens which fuels his enmity towards Kamlesh which has been portrayed on screen in the reminder of the movie.

The screenplay by K.V.Anand after his successful “Kana Kandein” is left much to be desired. In fact the movie begins at a very brisk pace but the briskness vanishes once the movie crosses the first 30 minutes. Music by Harris Jeyaraj is pretty flat except for a few songs.

Special mention has to be given to the cinematographer M S Prabhu who has done a commendable job in capturing the natural beauty of Tanzania. Editor Antony has put in his best effort to make this movie an interesting one but falls short on the whole.

Renuka as Deva’s mother has been wasted in the role and the same can be said of Kalai Rani who comes as a brothel owner. Karuna’s part in the movie is so short and could have been made more comical.

Tamannaah has got nothing major to do except romance Surya and that’s all a leading lady gets to do in a hero centric film.

On the whole nothing great to offer in this “Ayan”.


Downloading Ayan Movie via Internet using torrent, direct download, Ayan movie in rapidshare, Ayan movie downloading in mega upload is a crime. Downloading Ayan Audio Mp3 is not legal in India. The Ayan Movie crew : Director K V Anand, Ayan actor Surya and the Ayan  Heroine actress Tamannah has done lot of hard work to come up with a high quality movie called AYAN.


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