India opener Shikhar Dhawan poses for selfies and signs autographs for his Sri Lankan fans.
India's top batsmen, including skipper Virat Kohli, got plenty of time in the middle as the visitors scored 312/9 on the second and final day of their warm-up tie
Gambhir says India will be too good for Sri Lanka in the tour, beginning with the first Test from July 26.
The local fans in Colombo were awestruck to see the cricketers in the flesh.
Ravi Shastri, the new India coach, said the field was the players' domain.
Shikhar Dhawan or Abhinav Mukund, who ever gets to open with KL Rahul in the Galle Test, should not feel under pressure.
Rohit, who last played a Test match against New Zealand in October last year, did not feature in the Test series against England, Bangladesh and Australia during the home season.
Speaking to the media before the team's departure for the tour of Sri Lanka -- featuring three Tests, five ODIs and a Twenty20 starting July 26 -- Kohli, for the first time, shared his views on Shastri's appointment.
The former India captain also added that he had matured since his last trip to Sri Lanka with the team.
The bowler lost Rs. 45,000 and two mobile phones.
Hardik Pandya shared a picture of his new hairdo on social media ahead of the Sri Lanka tour.
Opener Murali Vijay was ruled out of the Test series due to a wrist injury.