Jab Jab Phool Khile (, , is a 1965 Indian Hindi movie. It stars Shashi Kapoor and Nanda. The story is of a poor boy who is a boatman in Kashmir, and falls in love with a rich tourist. The film became a "blockbuster" at the box office. The songs by music composing duo Kalyanji Anandji assisted by then little known Laxmikant Pyarelal are highlights of the film (lyrics by Anand Bakshi). This film was copied and made into Raja Hindustani in 1996 by Suneel Darshan without acknowledging in public before its release.
After returning from overseas, heiress Rita is stressed-out and needs to go someplace to unwind. She choses to go to Kashmir, and upon arrival there decides to rent a houseboat from the owner by the name of Raja. After a few misunderstandings, both are attracted to each other and soon fall in love. This romance is not looked upon favorably by Raj Bahadur Chunilal, Rita's dad, as he would prefer his daughter marry a suitor he has chosen for her by the name of Kishore. Rita dislikes Kishore, and will only marry Raja, so the wily Raj Bahadur devises a plan that will let him keep the cake, and eat it too.
Shashi Kapoor always said that Nanda was his favorite heroine, as she had signed with him as his heroine when he was an unknown and she was the bigger star.