Sudhir Choudhrie was born in India in 1949 and was raised by his mother, who considers his initial role model. He is currently a successful and reputable businessman, billionaire, and philanthropist based in London. He attended the University of Delhi, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Economics.
His entrepreneurship skills became prominent when he launched his business which involved reselling UK TV equipment in India. The Indian government became his biggest client as he grew and mushroomed into the TV station networks in the 60s and 70s. Sudhir Choudhrie eventually included several other consumer goods such as farm equipment. He created a global reach that entailed contact with more nations which saw the birth of the Magnum International Trading Company in 1975.
Sudhir Choudhrie currently owns and runs multiple businesses in different areas. Some of his fields of specialty include aviation, hospitality and healthcare. He lives with his wife and children in London and has a net worth of more than $2 billion. Besides, he boasts of many accolades, including the Asian Business Lifetime Achievement Award courtesy of Theresa May. Choudhrie is passionate about philanthropy. He devotes lots of his time and efforts towards the practice, with some beneficiaries being the Green Templeton College and the University of Oxford. A library at the latter is named in his honor and more
Additionally, Sudhir Choudhrie is a benefactor of many organizations, including the Columbia University Medical Center, New York. He enjoys doing charitable activities with foundations across the world.
His passion for art and vintage cars made his name popular in the Indian art and the German automobile industry. He owns one of the biggest Indian collections of vintage cars, which features cars spanning more than a century. His cars also come from different countries, brands, and manufacturing companies.