Sudhir Choudhrie is a prominent businessman and philanthropist. He began his early life in India and now resides in Britain. Sudhir invests in real estate, hotel, banking, and aviation industries. He has gone through a share of problems, especially with his health, that made him famous for being the longest survivor of a heart transplant.

Sudhir Choudhrie has been vigilant with his career journey and did not let health challenges demoralize him from being successful. After completing high school, he joined Delhi University and did economics. Later he worked for his grandfather in his real estate business. Sudhir’s heart condition was discovered after his mother took him for a medical examination at only eight years. He was diagnosed with a leaking valve that sometimes made his heart fail.

In 1975, Sudhir started Magnum Trading Company, and the company significantly explored export markets in India. Sudhir also became a non-executive member of Ebookers PLC. His entrepreneurial journey is admirable; in the aviation sector, he owns Air Deccan, an airline for those on a budget in India. In the tourism industry, he owns the lucrative Taj Hotels.

Sudhir Choudhrie’s health went on a downward spiral, necessitating a heart transplant. Luckily in 1999, when all hope was lost and Sudhir had a few hours to live, he got a compatible donor. He was an American who was only 20 years. He underwent surgery at the University of Columbia Medical Center under Surgeon Mehmet Oz. Sudhir came out of surgery and promised to spread positivity to the world. In collaboration with his family, they formed a charitable organization to assist organ donors. Sudhir, since the surgery, has written a book entitled From My Heart, a story about his heart transplant experience. He has also received numerous awards for his good deeds. Sudhir Choudhrie spreads the hope message for more volunteers to become organ donors.

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