Sudhir Choudhrie is a prominent Indian entrepreneur who has developed various companies. His prowess in investment depicts in the portfolio of firms that he acquired. He studied BA in Economics at Delhi University in India. Sudhir Choudhrie sought an opportunity in the UK where he first worked at Magnum International Trading Company. Additionally, he served as the non-executive director at Ebookers PLC between 1995 and 2005. Air Deccan was another company that he used his proficiency to make it grow. The pinnacle moment of his career was the establishment of C&C Alpha Group. The organization also expanded to Alpha Hospitals and Alpha Aviation Group. When he was eight years of age, he got a full diagnosis of the heart. He had a heart condition that resulted from a leaking valve.
Therefore, the organ missed a beat, and it would eventually lead to infections. The illness would also make him weak and faint as he progressed on with life. The doctor also told him that his heart would fail him at any moment. Despite all the life-threatening information he received, Sudhir continued touching people’s lives. He did not lose hope because of cardiovascular disease. Years went by, and Sudhir Choudhrie became ill and collapsed about two times. For this reason, he direly needed a transplant to save his life. Doctors found a heart that could allow Sudhir to spend more time with his family. He went through surgery at the Columbia University Medical Center.
The operation was triumphant, and he came out feeling well. His brother was not lucky since he passed away from the same defective gene condition. Sudhir decided to devote his time to uplift the lives of heart patients. Sudhir Choudhrie wrote a book with the title “From My Heart: A Tale of Life, Love, and Destiny.” The message in the book was to explain the details of heart surgery. He encouraged people that it was not a death sentence. Additionally, he told patients that a healthy lifestyle and diet is the key to healing. The Columbia University Medical Center established a professorship of cardiology on his behalf. He serves at the board that funds research around health issues.