Srushti Dange, the ‘dimpled’ beauty of Kollywood, was pulled out by the crew of the upcoming film titled Kaththukkutti when she got caught up in the mud while shooting for a sequence in an agricultural field.
Srushti, who debuted in the musical hit film Megha last year and who was also spotted in the hit film Darling, has become one of the most sought-after actresses in Kollywood.
She also starred in Enakkul Oruvan and played playback singer Krish’s heroine in Puriyadha Anandam Puthithaga Arambam. Her dimpled smile has swept Tamil youth off the ground and made them drooling over her. She has a handful of films now.
Debutant director Saravanan directs Kaththukkutti which pits Srushti opposite Narain, last seen in Tamil films in the 2012 film Mugamoodi as Jiiva’s villain. For a particular sequence, Saravanan asked Srushti to get in to the muddy agricultural field and plant paddy saplings.
Born and brought up in Mumbai, the Western Metropolis of the country, Srushti hardly knew anything about planting paddy saplings. Sensing her hesitation, Saravanan hired some local women and trained Srushti the art of planting saplings.
Srushti then went ahead with the sequence and did it as perfectly as she could. Trouble started when she was about to get out of the field.
To her horror, she found that her feet had been stuck into the mud, making her fall down in her attempt to move away. Locals and the crew rushed to her rescue and took her safely out of the field after which Srushti heaved a huge sigh of relief!