In the video, Kohli is seen ducking bouncers and dispatching imperious cover drives in Adelaide.
They crumbled for 112 with Ravi Ashwin becoming the fourth bowler to claim six wickets - the first time this had happened in Test history.
The Indian Skipper went on to the backfoot and ducked under it safely.
Speaking at a news conference Monday as India's players surprised observers by taking a rest day three days out from the start of the first test, Pujara said Ashwin had been working hard to conquer his record of under-performance in Australian conditions. India have won just five of 44 Tests they played in Australia over seven decades is indicative of the scale of the task Virat Kohli faces if he is to inscribe his name in the honour roll marked "great Test captains".
Having spent frustrating decades envying Pakistan's endless supply of fast bowlers across the border, India's excitement around their current pace attack is palpable but they would do well to temper their sunny optimism in Australia.
The gap between the Boxing Day Test in Melbourne and the final match in Sydney is also short, so there may will be a role to play for reserve seamers Peter Siddle and his uncapped Victoria teammate Chris Tremain.
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Paine has drawn criticism for pledging Australia will be better behaved but has steadfastly argued that winning and good sportsmanship are not mutually exclusive.
"We have some goals as a batting unit.I don't think there is any pressure on the batting unit".
"I do think he should be there. If that mongrel means "Starcy" bowling 150 [km/h] and "Cummo" hitting a really hard length and same as "Hoff" [Hazlewood], it's bowling aggressive, being aggressive, the way we play, the way we bat", Head said.
"It suits me because I'm a batsman who likes to play off the back foot", he said. But, the Men In Blue bowlers looked in good rhythm as they bowled their heart out.
"Most of our batters are experienced enough so when we go out there we just trust our preparation and try to perform to the best of our ability". From verbal spats to MonkeyGate to finger gesture to brain-fade, it has all been part and parcel of India-Australia rivalry for a few decades now. "So we'll be looking to replicate that and test it against one of the best batting orders in the world".
"Shaun Marsh keeps peeling them off in every format and every game he plays".