Ajinkya Rahane has the ability to lead a weak Indian team with young players, on which he has won the Test series against Australia and now his performance has again made himself successful as captain on regular captain Virat Kohli. The pressure of being has increased. Rahane has not lost a single Test under his captaincy so far. Rahane captained the Indian team in five Tests so far and won four Tests, while one Test was drawn. Virat Kohli, the regular captain of the Indian team, returned home after playing the first Test for the birth of his first child. After that Rahane took command of the team and won India by eight wickets in the second Test. After this the match was drawn in Sydney and India won the series 2–1 with a historic win by three wickets in Brisbane. Even in the first Test match, under the captaincy of Virat Kohli, India suffered a crushing defeat, in which the Indian team was piled on 36 runs. Former England captain Michael Vaughan or former Indian captain Bishan Singh Bedi has been heavily influenced by Rahane's captaincy. Vaughan tweeted that India would do better under Rahane's captaincy. Vaughan feels Rahane is cleverly a good captain. Vaughan tweeted that "I think the BCCI will definitely consider giving Rahane the captaincy." Kohli will only strengthen India as a batsman and Rahane has an incredible presence and strategy. At the same time, Bishan Singh Bedi said that Rahane's captaincy reminded him of former Indian captain Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi. Bedi had said that inside Rahane, he has the skills to change the bowlers at the right time and to keep a calm strategy. Big success on difficult journey Rahane's journey from Mulund to Azad Maidan in Mumbai by train is a testimony to the story of his struggle becoming harsh. Calm, but clever with his mind, he knows very well what bets he has to play. He was not successful when he first started playing against Australia in Delhi in 2013, but Rahane gave his career momentum by playing an unbeaten 51 and 96 against South Africa in Durban the same year.