Sudhir Choudhrie, A Maecenas and a Supporter to Athletes with Disability

Sudhir Choudhrie is an Indian entrepreneur that operates business mainly in London. He is from the clan of Choudhrie who belongs to the wealthiest families in India who have been reported to have a net worth amounting to $2 Billion and owns several mansions in London.

Sudhir Choudhrie being successful, he never forgets to look back and help people who are in need. He had been supporting different institutions and charities.

Sudhir Choudhrie is born on September 1949.

His father died early, the reason his mother is the only person who raised him well. Since his mother raised him, he looked up his mother as a good example. He finished his studies at Delhi University located in India for his degree in Bachelor of Arts in Economics.

Since then Choudhrie loves arts. He is delighted to restore vintage cars. He is the owner of the best collection of vintage cars in India. Choudhrie and his wife both compromise with each other because of both love art. The couple is collecting Indian arts, especially the artworks of MF Hussain which is acknowledged as the Picasso of India. He also bought the best artworks of Andy Warhol, MF Hussain, and Damien Hirst.

Choudhrie supports Asian artists as he is into the arts. His love for the arts is the reason Choudhrie together with his wife Anita Choudhrie, established an art foundation named Stellar International Arts Foundation in 2001. The main goal of the foundation is to use arts to unify people around the globe. The foundation also opens doors to Asian artists to showcase their masterpieces in Western European nations and the United States.

Sudhir Choudhrie also gave support to athletes in the United Kingdom who were handicapped. He further established a foundation in London with the help of his wife, which is the Path to Success. The foundation helped several athletic teams, and also the British Paralympics Team. Recently, the foundation donated 60 wheelchairs for patients in NHS hospitals located in the United Kingdom. They also supported two athletic teams which are the London Titans, a known wheelchair basketball team and the GB Rugby Wheelchair team.