Sir Sean Connery, the actor best known for his portrayal as James Bond, has died aged 90, Times of India reports citing the BBC on Saturday.
The Scottish actor won an Academy Award, two BAFTA Awards and three Golden Globes in an acting career that spanned five decades.
He was the first actor to play secret agent James Bond and starred in seven Bond films in total.
Connery also had key roles in films such as The Hunt for Red October and Indiana Jones. He won an Academy Award as best supporting actor for his part in the 1988 film The Untouchables.
Connery was knighted in 2000 for services to film drama.