Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni and other Indian players bond over music
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The mood in the Indian camp seems to be upbeat as the new coach Anil Kumble seems to be coming up with innovations to refresh the side ahead of a long and important tour. Members of Team India had a unique bonding session with acclaimed actor-musician Vasundhara Das’ group ‘Drumjam’.

The Virat Kohli-led side which is set for West Indies tour also had limited-overs skipper MS Dhoni and established cricketers like Varun Aaron joining them in a jam session, where they were all seen playing drums. ALSO READ: When the two captains met

BCCI released a few pictures and so did a few players in the camp. The activity was called ‘Drum Circle’, which is an activity where “a group of people seated in a circle, play drums together.” A report from PTI further elaborates on the activity. It explains it as “a rhythm based activity, which is a great way to communicate, team building, transcending barriers, improves group communication and harmony, a sense of belonging, stress-relief, discovering creativity, Energising participants, Improving focus.” READ MORE: Away from cricket, MS Dhoni opts for a new avatar; gets a new haircut

Kumble has been involved in various team-building exercises and in one of them players are split in two groups explaining the tough competition of international cricket to junior cricketers.