While Abhishek is trying to find a connection between the two devices found at two different places, TV reporter Archana Singh comes to realize this and tries finding out the story behind it. Soon after, a child dies and a third technological device is found. Abhishek then confirms that all the devices found are connected to each other in some way.The rest of the plot of Veruli revolves around whether there is any connection to all the incidents with the devices found, who are the people behind these incidents and why they took place.
Abhishek as the police officer is a perfect fit and does his job to the pint. Be it his mannerisms or attitude as an investigating cop, he has fared quite well. Archana Singh as the TV reporter has played role in a satisfactory manner. Veteran K. Bhagyaraj, who comes in the second half brings in his experience and conveys his emotions in the sentimental scenes in an acceptable manner. Ashok Pandian as his son and Ravi Prakash as an army man have done a good job.
Director Amudhavanan has attempted to make a thriller film with a social message in the crux of it. Although the film starts off rather slow in the first half, the scenes in the city backdrop make it pick up pace gradually. The only big problem with the film is the lack of publicity. Had their been good promotion, this film would have definitely had a wider reach. Although Raj Prathap and CM Dinesh's songs are average, they come on top in the background score department. Siva Prabhu's cinematography skills come to the fore and he has shot the film in an appropriate manner.
In short, Veruli is definitely not boring.