(Photo) Indian greats are more than happy to share their wisdom in the IPL

IPL

Ollie Phillips

The Indian Premier League comes under criticism from some for its influence on the red-ball calendar and commercialisation of the game, but what cannot be disputed is its nature as a coming together of the world's very best players. Two of the most famous and celebrated of the group, MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli, again proved the worth of the competition on Sunday as they took time out of their own after their respective fixtures to have a word with some younger, less experienced talents. Dhoni was captured offering his wisdom to Venkatesh Iyer, and Virat Kohli was seen having a word with a clearly disappointed Ishan Kishan, with the young Indian starlet struggling for form, along with his franchise the Mumbai Indians.