Kirk Douglas, who ruled cinema for six decades, died at the age of 103.
The stage-and-screen performer played a variety of roles, in which his role in the 1960s film Spartacus will be memorable.
Douglas Sinha was born in 1916. He rose to fame in the golden era of Hollywood and was nominated for an Oscar for the first time to star in the 1949 boxing film “Champion.”
He was the father of Michael Douglas, an Oscar-winning actor.
On the death of his father, his son said in his message, “My brother and I are in great shock to announce that Kirk Douglas left us today.”
He further wrote that ‘he was a legend for the world and an actor in the golden era of Hollywood. But for me and my brothers Joel and Peter, he was just a father. ‘
He said that he had told his father on his last birthday: ‘Dad – I love you so much and I’m very proud to have your son.’
Michael’s wife and Kirk Douglas daughter-in-law, Catherine Zeta-Jones, posted a picture of herself with her father-in-law on social media, writing that ‘I will love you all my life. I miss you so much already. ‘