The dubbed version of 'Rebel', the film stars 'Baahubali' star Prabhas and is directed by Raghava Lawrence.
Hero Prabhas lands in Chennai in search of Stephen Raj, a bigwig don. When he inquires his friend Brahmmanandham about the possibilities of meeting the rowdy, he says that no one has seen him so far and it is only Tamannaah's father who has direct contacts with him. Prabhas tries his best to meet Tamannaah's father but in vain. So, planning to create an opportunity by attracting Tamannaah, Prabhas makes an innocent introduction to the heroine, who stays in Bangkok, and develops the love waves among them. Tamannaah, then, reveals that she lives alone in Bangkok as she is against her father's partnership with Stephen Raj. Prabhas makes Tamannaah accept to turn an informer to the police and they both come back to Chennai. What happens after that and the reason behind Prabhas's search form the crux of the movie.
Having essayed a full length action hero role, Prabhas looks apt with his well maintained physique and his fighting skills create the needed thrilling reaction among the viewers. Any how, the actor needs to improve his emotions in the romantic sequences. Looking glam and beautiful, Tamannaah has excelled in her portions. The second heroine Deeksha Seth has also portrayed her character well.
Krishnam Raju looks majestic and great in playing the father of the hero and his introduction scene itself has been delivered in a gigantic manner. Brahmmanandham and M.S.Narayana give guarantee to the hilarious scenes.
Raghava Lawrence has proved his versatility in this film. Be it direction, choreography or music, he has carried out his work without any fault or drawback. The filming adds momentum to the screenplay and the difference shown with the fight techniques gain the appreciation from the viewers.
The camera works of Ramprasad and the music works of Raghava Lawrence add the needed support to the movie but the songs are to the average only.
Totally, Veerabali is an action packed hurricane.