The film is a remake of a Telugu blockbuster, Nuvve Kavali, which in turn was the remake of the super hit Malayalam movie Niram directed by Kamal. Tujhe Meri Kasam was a blockbuster hit in Chattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, and some part of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar; however, it was an average movie throughout India.
Then one day, another college boy proposes to the girl who then asks her best friend for his advice in the matter. Still unable to muster courage to tell her of his feelings, he lets her accept the other boy's proposal of marriage. When the two are about to be married, the realization that she would have to leave her childhood friend to settle in America sinks in.
She develops cold feet and wants to call off the marriage. Quite innocently, she asks her childhood friend why he had never proposed to her so that they would never have had to separate. That does it—the boy, in a rush of emotions, makes it amply clear that he was madly in love with her but has refrained from telling her lest he lose her friendship. The girl insists that she get married to her childhood friend, but the latter explains to her that it is now too late. In the end, true love triumphs.