After a few unimpressive performances, it was obvious that the audience didn't quite take to Yash Chopra's son as well as his family had probably hoped. After having worked as an assistant director for a long time, Junior Chopra, one would think, should have had as easy a ride into Bollywood as it gets.
But between his debut in 'Mohabbatein' (2000) and his last appearance in 'Dhoom 3' (2013), we only saw him in a handful of films and regretfully not many of them were worth remembering.
Hema Malini and Dharmendra's daughter started out with 'Koi Mere Dil Se Poochhe' in 2002 which was followed by a series of regrettable releases that did nothing but take her career to its slow and painful death. She totally failed to impress the audiences.
Having appeared in exactly 4 films, Suneil Anand - Dev Anand's son - was forgotten as quickly as one can forget. While his father commanded the attention of an entire nation for decades, the Starkid failed miserably and went unknown in the B-town.
His first on-screen appearance was in 'Anand Aur Anand' in 1984 and following stints in 'Car Theif' (1986), 'Main Tere Liye' (1988) and 'Master' (2001).