Sanjna Kapoor is an Indian theater personality and former Indian film actress.
Even though she was the first woman in her family to act, her career was not successful as an actress. She made her acting debut in the 1981 film, '36 Chowringhee Lane' which was produced by her father, Shashi Kapoor and starred her mother, Jennifer Kendal in the lead. She played the younger version of the character her mother played. She later appeared in 'Utsav' (1984), also produced by her father and played her first leading role in a Bollywood film titled 'Hero Hiralal' (1988), which was unsuccessful at the box office.
She then appeared in Mira Nair's critically acclaimed film 'Salaam Bombay' in 1988 but has since, quit acting in films, shifting her focus to theatre in the 1990s.
She has been managing and running the famous Prithvi Theatre in Mumbai since 1993. She conducts theatre workshops for children. In her childhood, she attended the prestigious Bombay International School in Mumbai. She had a love for acting and frequented the Prithvi Theatre in Juhu.