“I took up Food Science & Management for my UG and I wasn’t able to complete the course. The subject in which I left an arrear was taken away from the College itself and so, the degree remained unnoticed.
I discovered my passion for Dancing & Choreographing dance in the film industry when I was 15 years. It all commenced from learning Bharathanatiyam when I was 6, then Kutchupudi, and then shifted to western styles. Parallel to my studies, I was working in the Film Industry as an Assistant Choreographer, where I started experiencing the real world.
Mental health wasn’t considered a great subject back then in 2012. I had chances of facing negativity and did not even put an effort to seek help as I didn’t know how to approach this imbalance. I learned how to stop accepting criticism only through my own experience.
Later that year, I noticed that dancing was not going to be a viable one for me to pursue as my full-time career. So, I jumped into developing various other skills. That’s how I ended up learning Make-up. Initially, I allowed myself some time to self-learn and picked up my friends and mom to be my models.
One fine day, I got a call from one of my friends asking me to be her make-up artist during her wedding. I was less confident initially but after the trial makeup, she was impressed and so, I took that order for free.
When I was trying to buy makeup products, I noticed that there is no or very less scope for Indian skin types. I took a chance to launch my own makeup company, Myst Cosmetics in 2021. I decided to create products that have to suit all everyone who wishes to apply makeup.
But in 2019, to restart my dance, I joined a dance course in LA. And in the same year, while I was on a holiday to Australia, I peeped into finding pole dance. That interested me and I initiated learning it. After returning to India, I launched my pole dance academy and began teaching people in 2021. It took me two years to understand every bit of pole dancing.
How would I leave to talk about Pottery?!
Interestingly, I had this hobby of learning pottery. I’ve got a bucket list within myself in which I crave to learn everything before a certain age. I donate the profit from Pottery to the Stray animals as I felt I wasn’t a professional and also it was more than nicer to donate.
Without confining myself, now that I’m clear and visioned, I want to explore everything that I feel I wish to explore.
I’m a proud 30-year-old woman with passions widespread, & unlimited learning.”