Srushti Dange was born in Mangalore, Karnataka in 1960. Initially, Srushti Dange only played minor supporting roles and did not make her film debut until she became famous. In the first film, Yuddham Sei which was directed by Mushkin, she played the lead role while it was released a few years later. She also appeared in the Telugu film called April Fool. Recently, she has been nominated for an Oscar in the same category as Ranbir Kapoor in the best actress category for the same film.
There is no doubt that without a doubt, Srushti Dange has been one of the best known actresses from the Tamil film industry. She has been featured in more than twenty films and acted in over forty different roles. Some of her most memorable roles include Kapani (Yudhagar), Dinnan (Arundhati), Pappu (Kamal), Velayudham (Vishnu), Devar (Chhotelal), Jitu (Nitin Rathore), Pappu (Kartik), Kuchiki (Krishnamurthy), and Satya (Surya). However, all these films were either part of or helped to launch her career.
|Real Name||Srushti Dange|
|Date of Birth||26 May 1992|
|Star Sign/ Zodiac Sign||Gemini|
|Hometown||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Height, Weight & Body Measurements|
|Height in Centimeters||170 cm|
|Height in meters||1.70 m|
|Height in Inches||5′ 7″|
|Weight in Kilograms||56 Kg|
|Weight in Pounds||123 lbs|
|Body Measurements||34-27-35 Inches|
|Waist Size||27 Inches|
|Hip Size||35 Inches|
|Shoe Size||8 Inches|
|Dress Size||12 Inches|
Srushti Dange first rose to fame when she was nominated for an Academy Award for her work in Devra’s Satya. She went on to play different characters in other popular tamil films such as Meghalaya, Telugu, Goa, Karnatrader, Kamal hassan’s Katti Paray and Bhumika’s Nannata. In fact, all the films in this franchise have been great box office hits. No doubt, this is just a small fraction of her resume, but looking at her early films, it is very clear that Srushti Dange has the makings of a great actress when it comes to developing characters, scripting scripts and getting the job done.
Srushti Dange first appeared in an unsentimental comedy called Thekkady. This movie depicted a foul-mouthed character who constantly taunts the other characters and ultimately gets his way through. Thekkady was not exactly a commercial success but it did help her build up a body of work that would make her an eligible candidate to be considered for a leading role in Kodambakkam. That film also elevated her to the ranks of Telugu actresses who could command premium fees for showing the film. That kind of name recognition is something that not many Tamil actors can boast of.
Srushti Dange has always maintained that she wants to work in Hollywood, but she refuses to bow down to any kind of cultural pressure. “I don’t think Hollywood will hire someone like me for Tamil movies,” she sighs. “I am an actress first and foremost and a human being second.
Her acting debut in Kill Bill was met with critical acclaim. She has since worked on several high profile Tamil movies and has even landed some key roles in Telugu and Kollywood movies. It is a testament to her acting prowess that Dange is already established as an important force on both the big and small screens. For those who are looking to see what is in store for Srushti Dange, there are nothing to lose but a try.