An innocent boy is attacked by a panther. Four elephants save his life. The leader of the savior party is a tusker named Ramoo. The boy is Raju, a rich man's son. The boy and the elephant grow up together. Raju marries his love Tanu. All is well, and the couple with the protection and friendship of their elephant Ramoo, live happily. Tanu gives birth to a child. Ramoo, the elephant, swings the cradle of the baby, protecting him, playing with him and keeping his company at all times. One day, Tanu during a visit to a hospital witnesses the case of a child crushed by his pet elephant. Fear enters her mind as she imagines that one day Ramoo might crush her child. Her thinking cannot contain this thought. Raju refuses to give away Ramoo. Tanu takes her child and goes to her father's house. How did Ramoo take Tanu and her child's absence? What is the ultimate fate of the family? Did Ramoo's efforts to reunite the parted couple, and assure the safety of the child recoil on his own safety? The answers could be found in the climax of 'Haathi Mere Saathi'.