Four elephants save Raju, the only son of wealthy parents, when a leopard attacks him. When his family strikes bad times, Raju's only assets and his friends - the elephants. Raju meets and falls in love with Tanu but her father is against their love when he learns about Raju's poor financial background. But Tanu gets married to Raju against her father's wishes and soon gives birth to a baby boy. The elephants and the boy become very friendly but Tanu doesn't like as she feels that the elephants will hurt her son causing a rift between Raju and Tanu. What happens between their relationship? Will Raju choose his wife or the elephants?
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