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'There is something for everyone in Ayan'

Nothing succeeds like success. Suriya should know. Still basking in the success of Vaaranam Aayiram, the suave Tamil actor is all set to showcase a new facet of his talent in his upcoming KV Anand film, Ayan. Releasing this Friday, Ayan is his most expensive film till date.

On the eve of Vaaranam Aayiram, Suriya had appeared quite nervous. This time, however, he looks very confident.

Suriya describes his new film as 'an intellectual but commercial film,' and tells Rajaneesh Vilakudy what to expect:

There is something for everyone in Ayan -- for the rural and urban audience. I am very happy with the outcome of the film.

The story can happen to anyone anytime. It is an ordinary story with many layers to it. You read a report in a newspaper and then turn the page. It could be yet another report. But the incident may have many sub-stories.

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