Sudhir Choudhrie is a successful global Indian-based entrepreneur currently based in London. He specializes in a range of fields, primarily healthcare, hospitality, and aviation. Sudhir Choudhrie serves in different posts in various institutions, for instance, the C&C Alpha Group based in London, where he is the key advisor. Besides, he is also the Vice-Chairman at the Alpha Corp Development Pvt Ltd. The latter is a real estate development firm specializing in the construction and management of workplaces, townships, malls, and residential premises across India.
Born in September 1949, Sudhir Choudhrie was raised by his mother after his father’s death. His mother has always been his most outstanding role model, and he holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Delhi. Besides being a great businessman and philanthropist, he is also a lover of politics and art. He has a great collection of vintage cars and art by reputable artists such as Andy Warhol, Anish Kapoor, and Damian Hirst. Sudhir also loves motivating people through quotes including:
Heart to heart. The quote carries a message of hope to the world he used after heart surgery. According to him, if the heart finds a reason to beat, it will keep beating even just one. Besides, his life, especially as a child, wasn’t easy, especially after his father’s death. However, he received support from a loving family whom he cherishes today. His mother, for instance, has always been his most significant role model, thanks to all the sacrifices she made to raise him. According to him, everyone should find a reason to live on and make the world better. He loves giving back as his family and friends didn’t let him down when he needed them. Now that he is blessed, it is time to appreciate the good deeds that made him who he is today. There is life after the operating table. As mentioned, Sudhir underwent heart surgery, which he used to give hope to the hopeless. He also said that there is life after the operating table as he never gave up after the surgery. Instead, he kept going and looked forward to his recovery, after which he resumed his normal life – working and serving humanity like he never left.