Sudhir Choudhrie is an Indian businessman that is interested in health industry, flights, hotels and the dealing of military weaponry trade. Despite being an Indian by blood, he lived in London, England and resided there with his wife Anita and his children; Bhanu and Dhairya.
He was born in September 1946 and was raised by his mother in Delhi after the early death of his father. Because of this he considered and described his mom as her role model in life.
He graduated with a degree in Economics from the University of Delhi. After completing his degree. he chose not to join his grandfather’s business in Delhi. Instead, he began to create and focus on his business career by buying TV equipment from the UK and selling it on the Indian government to be able to develop the country’s growing television network in the year 1960s until the ’70s. After some time he developed his business as an exporter of consumer goods which also includes farm machinery, they also initially focused on the Soviet Union. Sudhir’s hard work was paid off when they became known as the largest trading partner in India.
From the year 1993 until in the year 2004, Sudhir Choudhrie joined and served as a Latvia’s Honorary Consul General which is based on India.
Sudhir Choudhrie was the one who founded Magnum International Trading Company in the year 1975, wherein that time he was focused more on exporting goods in the market.
He served as the vice-chairman of Alpha C&C Group, which is a holding company wherein in invested for over 30 years. He was also one of the directors in different airline companies such as Deccan Aviation Ltd and Kingfisher airlines which he served from the year 2007. Sudhir Choudhrie was also a non-executive director of Ebookers and different travel websites, from 1999 to 2005.
In the year 2013, he was awarded by Teresa May with the title “Asian Business Lifetime Achievement Year Award.” With all the business and the titles, he had achieved this is just truly what he deserved. The man is one who will be remembered long after he passes on.