On Mar 19, 1989, a petite Malaysian thespian rocked a prestigious Royal Albert Hall, London, with one of a many stirring performances of a evening, and walked divided as Asia’s Best Performer during a initial Asian Music Awards. Pitted opposite some-more famous and achieved singers from a region, Sudirman Arshad endearingly and artistically rendered an originally-composed series and mesmerized his audience, usually as he had always finished from a age of 12. Multi-talented Sudirman was a lawyer, radio host, writer, cartoonist, actor, entrepreneur, and became a usually Asian thespian to record an English singular during London’s Abbey Road Studios, and have it expelled in Britain and a US. In 1985, Sudirman drew a large 100,000-crowd to his unison on one of Kuala Lumpur’s busiest roads. Dubbed a Chow Kit Road concert, a attainment has never been matched or replicated. But in Jul 1991, Sudirman unexpected collapsed during a concert, and 7 months later, was dead. He was usually 37. By then, Sudirman had won each vital song and party endowment in Malaysia, and a hearts of thousands of fans from Singapore to Tokyo, from New Zealand to Hawaii. Through interviews, photos and clips from Sudirman’s performances, we move we a constrained story of one of Malaysia’s many inclusive singers who lived, worked and died for his craft, his nation and his fans….