Jennifer and Shashi Kapoor had three children - Karan, Kunal Kapoor and Sanjana. All three looked for Bollywood careers with little luck.
Karan Kapoor debuted with Sultanat (1986) and later acted in Loha (1987). He also appeared in the British TV series The Jewel in the Crown in 1984 and modeled for major Indian brands, including Bombay Dyeing. His blonde good looks looks were blamed for his failure to score with the Indian audience.
He later became a photographer and now lives in London with his wife, daughter and son.
Shashi's daughter Sanjana was the first woman in the Kapoor family to act but found no success beyond stage and television. She made her acting debut in the 1981 film 36 Chowringhee Lane, which was produced by her father and starred her mother Jennifer in the lead. She also appeared in Utsav (1984) and played her first leading role in Hero Hiralal (1988) which was a box-office dud. She was last seen in Mira Nair's acclaimed Salaam Bombay (1988) post which she quit films and shifted her focus to theatre. She married environmentalist Valmik Thapar and the couple have a son.
Meanwhile, Kunal Kapoor debuted with the 1972 English film Siddhartha. He then appeared in Shyam Benegal's acclaimed 1978 film Junoon, which also featured his father, mother and both his siblings. In 1981, he appeared in his first mainstream Bollywood film Ahista Ahista which, despite being a hit, failed to launch his career. He was also seen in Vijeta, Utsav (1984), Sajan Tara Sambharna and Trikaal (1985). He then settled into a career as director and producer, making mainly ad films. He has two children with his wife Sheena, daughter of Sholay director Ramesh Sippy.