Srushti Dange initially appeared in supporting roles, playing a victim in Myshkin's Yuddham Sei (2011), before playing a supporting role in the Telugu film, April Fool. Srusthi made a breakthrough portraying the lead role in the romantic thriller Megha, winning mixed reviews for her performance in the title role. 2015 she was seen in the horror film Darling and the psychological thriller film Enakkul Oruvan.
Srushti has completed work on Puriyatha Aanandham Puthithaga Aarambam, a romantic film which launches Krish in the leading role. She is currently working on four Tamil films: the Dharma Durai, Vijay Vasanth's Achamindri, the romantic comedy Navarasa Thilagam, in which she plays a medical student, and the Suseenthiran production Vil Ambu.
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|2010||Kadhalagi||Nandhini Velu Nachiyar||Tamil|
|2015||Puriyadha Anandam Puthithaga Arambam||Nila||Tamil|
|2015||Kaththukkutti||Bhuvana||Tamil||Edison Award for Best Actress in a Social Awareness Movie|
|2016||Jithan 2||Priya (the sprit girl)||Tamil|
|2017||1971: Beyond Borders||Malayalam|
|2017||Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen||Fathima||Tamil|
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- Nikhil Raghavan (13 May 2013). "Shot cuts the south connect". The Hindu.
- "Tollywood girl's kollywood debut". Kollywood today. 8 June 2013.
- "Srushti Dange, an A grade scribe". telugumirchi.com. 11 April 2012
- "Srushti Dange on a Roll". Silverscreen.in. 1 September 2014
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