Known to wear his heart on his sleeves, Team India captain Virat Kohli is doing everything possible to stay in a positive frame of mind ahead of India’s tour of West Indies, beginning on August 3. In his latest Instagram post, Kohli is showing how to stay positive in the worst of the worst phase. Despite suffering a heartbreaking loss to New Zealand in the ICC World Cup 2019 semifinal, the India caption is not ready to give up!Also Read - Rohit Ruled Out Of fifth Test After Testing Covid Positive Again, Bumrah To Lead India

Kohli on his official Instagram handle shared his behind-the-scenes dance video for a popular brand. He captioned it, “Positivity attracts positivity. Your choice defines your outcome.” Also Read - ENG vs IND: Will Jasprit Bumrah Join Kapil Dev In List of Fast Bowlers To Lead India In Tests? A Look At His Overall Stats

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Positivity attracts positivity. Your choice defines your outcome. 🙏😇 #BTS

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In the video, Kohli looks dapper in a black-coloured jacket coupled with a yellow T-shirt, black joggers and white sneakers. The star athlete can be seen dancing on stage with a vibrant and colourful background. A photographer can also be seen trying to capture the player. Also Read - ENG vs IND: Did James Anderson Got Better Of Virat Kohli In Tests? These Sumptuous Drives Suggest Otherwise | Watch

New Zealand ended India’s campaign at the World Cup as they defeated the Men in Blue by 18 runs. India got off to a horrendous start while chasing a moderate target of 240 on the reserve day. The Kiwi bowlers rattled the top-order of India.

Ravindra Jadeja and MS Dhoni rebuilt the innings and added 116 runs. Trent Boult changed the match contours as he dismissed Jadeja. Towards the end when the onus was on Dhoni, Martin Guptill pulled off a close run out. India were bundled out on 221.

Kohli will lead India in all three formats in the forthcoming tour to the Caribbean, scheduled to take place from August 3 to September 3. India will meet West Indies for three T20Is and as many ODIs, and two Test which are part of the ICC World Test Championship.