Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Steve Waugh had on Tuesday said that he found Virat Kohli’s hostility in South Africa a little ‘finished the best’. In any case, incredible Indian all rounder Kapil Dev can’t help contradicting the previous Australia skipper and said “as long as success is coming to the team, that’s good enough.” Addressing Firstpost at the Laureus Sports Awards in Monaco, Kapil said Waugh can have his feeling yet everything relies upon what works for a specific player. “I think everyone is entitled to their own opinion. Steve has his opinion. I’m not going to respond to that. I feel as long as success is coming to the team, that’s good enough,” Kapil said. The previous India commander clarified that being aggressive doesn’t fall into place easily for Indians, which is most likely why Kohli’s aggro moves toward becoming news. “Basically, our nation is a very soft nation. Virat is one of the few who has come out and changed the thought process. In fact, it was Sourav Ganguly who started changing our thought process, and then we had MS Dhoni, who was a totally different person. He was calm and quiet. So it’s what works for you,” Kapil added The 1983 World Cup-winning captain likewise featured that what makes a difference at last is certain outcomes, which the Kohli-drove Indian group is getting “As long as success is coming on the field, that’s more important. I think Virat will mellow down as time passes. If not, that’s his decision. He’s always been like this ever since I saw him in his under-19 days,” Kapil added. On Tuesday, Waugh had remarked on the aggressive side of Kohli while conversing with in Monaco. “I have seen him in South Africa and I feel that he was a little finished the best. However, that is a getting the hang of thing for a chief,” Waugh had said.