Sudhir Choudhrie was born and raised in Delhi, India. While growing up, he did not get the opportunity to grow with his father as he died while he was still young. Sudhir Choudhrie was brought up by his mother, who acted as a caregiver and an excellent role model to the young Sudhir. While Choudhry was eight years old, his mother took him to the doctor for a medical check-up, and they realized he had a leaking valve in the heart. His life was not the same as he had frequent visits to the doctor’s office. However, the condition did not stop the professor from pursuing his dreams and long-term goals.
After high school, Sudhir Choudhrie got an opportunity to study Economics at the University of Delhi. He graduated and served at his grandfather’s real estate company before quitting to venture into business. He established a shop to deal with electronics, especially televisions he exported from the United Kingdom. The business grew, developing a great interest from the Indian government, which had the chance to expand their television companies across the country. The business expanded, and Sudhir began selling other goods, including farm equipment. In 1975, the Magnum International Trading Company was initiated by Sudhir, the founder. Within a short period, Choudhrie became a significant exporter in the country, and he was offering advice to others in the same business.
While he was still serving in the export industry, Choudhrie developed a good relationship with Taj Hotels, creating a thriving resort. He became good in business, and he partnered with other organizations, including Adidas AG, that ended up buying shoes and other manufacturing industries in India. Despite remaining focused on life, Sudhir faced a life-threatening condition that needed to be solved. In 1996, his heart began to fail due to heavy work, and in 1998 both sides of his heart began to fall, calling for an emergency heart transplant. Sudhir Choudhrie is a story of a successful heart transplant from a 20-year-old man from the United States. Since then, Sudhir has continued to support heart projects across the world.