Reportedly as a matter of fact kohli is happy that india is first playing a Day/Night Test at home. The indian captain said "This one we have been talking about for a while". "Look, the thing was to experience a 'Pink Ball Test' in our own conditions as to how the ball behaves. Will there be more sideways (lateral) movement? And then eventually going on and playing an important Test series anywhere in the world".
Furthermore there would certainly be some challenges which include the most commonly discussed dew factor and also the visibility during the twilight hours. kohli said on the eve of the pink-ball Test "One big factor is the dew in the late last session most probably. We will have to play as it comes and manages it in the best way possible. Hence that is one difference with a D/N Test in india compared to any other country, and apart from that, I don't feel any major difference".
Reportedly "The decision making has to very precise. Even with catching gets very quickly. The extra edge it travels faster. It's going to be a challenge that should excite everyone. We are excited for the new challenge." Moreover a more compact technique would be necessary to negotiate the pink ball compared to facing the red ball. Apparently "If you have not played with the pink ball it's going to be challenging throughout the game. Solid technique and more compact game required compared to the red ball. And it makes it even more difficult with not having a great visibility or able to pick that color."