Sudhir Choudhrie has been in the business world for more than four decades. In his decades of hard work, he already explored different business industries. From exporting, he shifted to the hospitality industry, aviation, and healthcare. With the wealth he obtained from all his time and effort in his businesses, a big portion of this is allotted for helping those who are in need. Sudhir Choudhrie took the risk when he refuses to work for their familial business which is a real estate owned by his legacy. Rather, he bought certain types of material from outside their country and sell it to their government. It was a successful venture for Choudhrie, but he still explores other industries that also succeed. All his efforts were worth it because his net worth as of today amounted to $2 Billion.

Today that Sudhir Choudhrie is one of the most successful entrepreneurs of their country, he was able to help numbers of institutions and individuals. He was also a help to the UK as he gave donations to the Liberal Democrats. Choudhrie together with Anita Choudhrie, his wife, was able to establish different foundations just like Amar Jyoti, Path to Success, and Stellar International Arts Foundation, which was established because of the couple’s love for the arts. They also gave donations to the Columbia University Medical Centre located in New York. Sudhir Choudhrie aims to be of help in the medical field because he was once a patient who suffered from a serious disease.

We also know that because his brother Rajiv died having the same disease as him. Sudhir Choudhrie has familial heart disease and needed to undergo a transplant because of his weak heart and doing charitable work for the medical field is his way of showing gratitude for his long life. Aside from helping institutions and the number of individuals by establishing foundations, he is also a big help to their country. Using his influence as a great entrepreneur, he served as a bridge to establish a good relationship between India and Britain. He also raised money to help fight illegal drugs. Learn More.