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Sudhir Choudhrie has a complicated story to listen to yet inspiring. He is now 71 years old, and the famous philanthropist and businessperson has experienced a series of health problems since he was young. However, these setbacks never held him back because he ensured that positivity dominated the majority of his life and the people around him.

Sudhir Choudhrie’s career started at a certain medical facility based at Columbia University where he worked as a Cardiology professor. He supports people waiting for organ transplants through promoting donations as well as creating awareness of his heart condition. Sudhir Choudhrie passionately focuses on changing lives, and this can be witnessed in his life, more so how he transformed a near-death illness into something beneficial to his life and that of his family. Sudhir Choudhrie is an Indian born in Delhi in the 1940s. He lost his dad at a tender age, but his mother stepped in immediately to become his caregiver and role model. She even got him the first medical assessment at eight years that unfortunately demonstrated a leaking and broken valve. This condition was rare, and it triggered skipped beats, and the doctors told him that his heart could fail and more

Therefore, he suffered some lifetime health situations, but he was still successful. He even achieved extraordinary grades from high school to book a position at the local university. Sudhir got an economics degree and worked in his grandfather’s real estate company before launching his.

In 1975, Sudhir created Magnum Trading, an export market company that had focused on India’s upcoming idea. Later, he explored tourism, later worked at Adidas in 1995, Ebookers in the early 2000s. Sudhir also invested in the local airline in 2003 called Air Deccan to help it in becoming the nation’s best in just five years.