Odishatv Bureau

Indian cricket team's captain Virat Kohli may not have started off well in the ongoing Test series against West Indies but it seems that  the skipper is seeking some radical changes in his life.

In the ongoing opening Test between India and the West Indies at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound in Antigua, Kohli was spotted reading a book-- "Detox Your Ego: Seven Easy Steps to Achieving Freedom, Happiness and Success in Your Life" by Steven Sylvester.

A book is not supposed to be judged by its cover but a person can definitely be judged on the basis of the book he/she is reading. So does that mean Virat is facing "ego problems"? While it may be just speculations, picture of Kohli reading the book during India's innings spread like wildfire on social media and led to reactions from different corners.

Virat scored only 9 runs in the first innings of the ongoing Test match and after a top-order collapse, a total of 297 runs was posted against the West Indies.

The Indian players will wear black armbands when they take the field on the third day of the first Test against West Indies at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua as a mark of respect for former BCCI Vice-President Arun Jaitley. The senior BJP leader and former cricket administrator passed away after prolonged illness in the Capital on Saturday morning.