Sudhir Choudhrie was born and educated in Delhi, India. Over the years, he has risen to become a reputable billionaire, entrepreneur and philanthropist. He joined his parent’s real estate business after graduating and before relocating to London.

After partnering with his father for several years, Sudhir Choudhrie ventured into importing television equipment from the UK and reselling them in the Indian market. As an entrepreneur, he focused on doing business with the Indian government. In the 60s and 70s, the government aimed at increasing more television networks in the country as TVs gained popularity. With the business booming, later, he expanded his works to include consumer products such as farm machinery. His niche also flourished, instituting more business bases in several other nations. His company, established Magnum International Trading in 1975.

Over the years, his businesses have grown in profits. Today, he is a billionaire who uses his wealth in humanitarian activities. Sudhir Choudhrie is the main sponsor of several charity organizations. Similarly, he has helped several Indian artists to gain fame in the international arena. He has received several honors, including the “Asian Business Lifetime Achievement,” an accolade presented to him by Theresa May.

Apart from his charity works worldwide, Sudhir Choudhrie is a lover of Indian art and German vintage vehicles. His three-decades-old car collection remains unmatched in the whole of India. He takes part in the restoration of these rare vintage cars, hidden from the public eyes. He shares that the restoration process takes time, and some of the vintage German cars took over ten years to complete. The oldest German vehicle in his collection is Hans Nobel, designed in 1930. Soon, the tycoon hopes to open a restaurant and conference center with a museum for his collection of Indian art and vintage car collection in London.