In a resounding step towards empowerment, Adhvik and Neha Mahajan are ushering in a new era with their visionary venture, “IMUSE International Academy”. With a commitment to education, creating global artists, and a powerful message of freedom of choice, the duo is redefining the narrative for individuals seeking to learn the art. Adhvik has given incredible hits in Punjabi and Telugu Cinema. He will be next seen in Ashok Teja’s film which will be a blockbuster comeback for him.
Imuse stands as a platform that transcends gender boundaries, offering a comprehensive educational experience to anyone who aspires to master the art of Makeup, Hair Styling, and Fashion Styling. Imuse’s journey is fortified by the unwavering support it has garnered from across the industry. A chorus of 70 influential voices of Leading actresses and influencers including Shraddha Arya, Jannat Zubair, Rupali Ganguly, Surbhi Jyoti, Nia Sharma, and Shivangi Joshi, has rallied around the cause. This collaborative effort underscores the power of unity and the shared belief in fostering an environment where choices are respected and individual journeys are celebrated.
Adhvik Mahajan shared,
“Imuse is an academy where everyone can learn makeup, fashion styling, and essential skills. This industry has given us both a lot, so now we are just trying to create opportunities for other aspiring artists from bigger & smaller towns. It’s not just about making business, but more about empowering these individuals especially women with big dreams to build their careers not only in the Mumbai Industry but many of them will go on to start their own individual ventures back in their hometowns.”
Adhvik and Neha Mahajan embody their advocacy for freedom of choice. Adhvik further stated,
“My main motive for this academy Ad is the freedom of choice, the freedom to choose ourselves. In today’s time being a makeup artist, hairstylist, and stylist is an opportunity but still a dream. This narrative resonates with everyone because it mirrors the reality we witness daily. We are trying to create a medium where everyday/ordinary people can connect with the industry.”
“This Ad Film like our academy venture simply addresses so many misconceptions like women should forsake their careers upon marriage, men taking up a beauty career is still considered a taboo, and a few other examples of how we judge others & sometimes our own close ones on the basis of their color, age, looks, body, sexuality and choices.”