Some of the questions asked about the players were:
Obsessed with selfies: Hardik Pandya
Worst dancer: Hardik Pandya
Asks for a flight upgrade: Everyone
Enjoys romantic comedies: Bhuvneshwar Kumar
Worst roommate: Shikhar Dhawan
Giggles the most: Hardik Pandya
Always in the gym: Virat Kohli
Biggest coffee snob: Rohit Sharma
Grumpiest in the morning: Rohit Sharma
Always on his phone: Kuldeep Yadav, Hardik Pandya
Touted as one of the favourites, India faced a crushing six-wicket defeat in their first warm-up game against New Zealand on May 25. The two-time champion will now take on Bangladesh in the second practice match before beginning their World Cup campaign against South Africa on June 5.
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