Kolkata, Nov 18: A day after India's series-clinching win against the West Indies, skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Friday had a long and private meeting with top officials of Kolkata Police.
Joint Commissioner Jawed Shamim, who arranged the meeting in the police headquarters, said "it was a formal visit, he spent more than two hours with senior officers including Police Commissioner RK Pachananda and preferred Chinese in the menu."
Known for his fascination for motorcycles, Dhoni had last year visited the police headquarters to inspect some old motorcycles.
But it seemed to be more private with a strict no-no to media and photographers.
Meanwhile West Windies cricketers had a day out, visiting the Victorial Memorial Hall and Alipore Zoo.
While Sachin Tendulkar and some other cricketers left on Thursday, the rest along with the visitors are to fly to Mumbai on Saturday afternoon.
The third and final Test begins in Mumbai from November 22. India lead the three-Test series 2-0.