Gritty Martial Arts Actioner 1 LAWAN SATU (ONE ON ONE) Releases Domestically Today

Much hasn't been said about director Pierre Andre's Malaysian martial arts drama, 1 Lawan Satu (a.k.a. One On One) since Twitch broke the story with a short teaser back in Jaunary, followed by a longer trailer in April. Now, at least on my part from what I know, we now have a release date for the film, which clearly states on the poster (pictured left) starting today, June 27, 2013.

I wonder if we will hear more about this movie in terms of distribution. Oh well, we'll see.

1 Lawan Satu stars Mikail Andre, Azlan Komeng, Fyza Kadir and Along Eyzendy. If you live in Malaysia and you plan on seeing this movie sometime soon, drop us a review in the comment section and let us know your thoughts.

Every fighter has their stories… So does SALEH and RADHI, two fighters that is estranged from each other meet on the arena for the battle that they fight for the one they love the most. SALEH came from a family that teaches him to fight for honor and protects whilst RADHI fight for the sake of his sister’s life. SALEH came to the city with the promise he made to his parents to find his lost sister, SALEHA. The promise is not easily kept.

He came to know that SALEHA is being captive by OMAN. With NORA by his side, SALEH went on to his journey to save SALEHA. But for RADHI, OMAN is someone that owns him as OMAN is paying him to fight with him. And the price for it is more than enough to save SARA’s life. RADHI became OMAN’s toys to gain profit and fate brought him and SALEH to the arena of Malaysian Super Fighter 2012.

Both RADHI and SALEH fight their own battle till it’s time for them to fight each other. Two fighter meet eye to eye and fight for someone else life and not their own. Nor RADHI or SALEH would ever give up. They give their best.

Who will win this fight? Will SALEH win and take back SALEHA to his parents safely? Or will RADHI wins and save SARA’s life? All of this will be revealing in this action pack film ‘1 LAWAN SATU’…


  1. never give up and family come first,that what i think when finish watching this movie.the fight is well choreograph and the punch and kick are real but to many slo-mo that make the momentum of the fight slow and the editing is not that good either also because of the camera angle the fight doesnt feel special.they just use still cam instead moving cam what can you expect this movie still new because malaysia stop making great martial art movie in the year 90s.the movie end with a cliff hanger whether they manage to beat the master mind of the fight or not,if you want to watch it go to you will find the movie there.


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