Previous India mentor Ravi Shastri has upheld the parting of captaincy in the red and white ball designs, saying it is the correct approach.
While Virat Kohli stays the Test captain, one of the best White-ball types and star opener, Rohit Sharma has been selected as the T20 and skipper.
"I think it is the correct approach. This could be a surprisingly beneficial turn of events for Virat, and for Rohit, on the grounds that I don't think in this period assuming the air pocket life exists for one more year or somewhere in the vicinity, one person can deal with all, that is difficult in any way, "Shastri, himself a previous India all-rounder, said on Star Sports show 'INTENSE and BRAVE: THE SHASTRI WAY'
Kohli, during his pre-flight public interview in front of the visit through South Africa, said that he was never approached to remain on as T20 captain when he made his purpose clear on giving up the post.
Shastri, who has served Indian cricket in different limits, likewise said he needed to set up Rohit as an opener.
In the interim, the 59-year-old, who has played 80 Tests, additionally talked with regards to his relationship with Kohli, who was likewise the ODI and T20 captain when Shastri was the lead trainer for a lot of time.
Shastri said, "We were both really forceful, we need to play to win, we realized rapidly that to win you really want to take 20 wickets, choosing to play forceful and courageous cricket.
"It implied now and again you would lose games yet when you got one across the line, then, at that point, it is irresistible,"