Sudhir Choudhrie Successful Heart Transplant and Career Journey

Sudhir Choudhrie originated from Delhi, India and has created a great name in philanthropy. He is passionate about assisting transplant patients by encouraging more people in organ donation. His successful heart transplant molded his passion for supporting people. Although his father died while he was young, his mother raised him well and was a great role model.

When Sudhir Choudhrie was eight, his mother took him for a complete medical scan that showed a leaking valve in his heart. Sudhir struggled with this severe heart condition in his life, but it never prevented him from working hard. He graduated with a degree in economics from the University of Delhi, worked for his grandfather and later started his own business. Mr. Choudhrie experienced two heart attacks but underwent a heart transplant in 1999. A young male American donor availed, and Dr. Mehmet Oz performed the surgery successfully at Columbia University Medical Center.

From 1999 to 2005, Sudhir Choudhrie served as the non-Executive Director of Ebookers PLC and continues raising his career bar. In 2003, he took a risk by investing in Air Deccan, the first budget airline in India. His incredible dedication and guidance made it tremendous growth to run 200 flights daily. It grew from a small investment to a major airline within five years, which was amazing for a business with only one airplane. Thanks to Sudhir for his significant contribution to its growth.

In 2006, Sudhir Choudhrie started working as a visionary for C&C Alpha Group in London. His unique and great skills in business have led to the growth of Alpha Hospital and Alpha Aviation Group, a leading commercial pilot training institution. He is also renowned for saving many companies from downfall by putting them back on the path to success. Thanks to Sudhir for his significant commitment to philanthropy and the Business sectors.