London: As India prepare for the ICC World Cup 2019 campaign in England and Wales, vice-captain Rohit Sharma let out some secrets of his team-mates in a short video posted on Monday (May 27).

On the official Twitter handle of the International Cricket Council (ICC), Rohit is seen answering some 'tough' questions as he revealed who is the "worst dancer" in the team and also the "worst room-mate" among others.

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When asked about the "worst dancer", Rohit took all-rounder Hardik Pandya's name. Also, Pandya was the answer for the question, "Love selfies the most?".

When the "worst room-mate" question popped up, the Mumbai right-hander picked his opening partner Shikhar Dhawan. He called him "dirty, very dirty".

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Talking about captain Virat Kohli, Rohit said he was the one in the team who spent most of the time in the gym.

There were other questions as well including who was the player who spent more time on the phone and it was left-arm chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav, according to Rohit.

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Batting coach Sanjay Bangar was the late-comer to board the team bus, as per Rohit.

India will start their World Cup campaign on June 5 when they face South Africa. The most-awaited battle against Pakistan is on June 16.

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Ahead of the 10-team tournament, India played a warm-up game against New Zealand on Saturday (May 25). It was not a good outing as India’s batting flopped as they failed to cross even the 200-run mark. The only bright spot was all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja’s half century.

“This is our first game, it is just one game and we can’t judge players on one bad innings, one bad match. So nothing to worry as a batting unit,” Jadeja said after India’s loss to New Zealand.

India wrap up preparations with another practice game, against Bangladesh on Tuesday (May 28).