The former Indian opener feels it will be interesting to see the contrasting styles of coaches McCullum and Dravid in the series-decider against England.
Two-time Indian Premier League champions Kolkata Knight Riders posted images of Pat Cummins, Aaron Finch, Sunil Narine and Ajinkya Rahane with their children.
The Pakistani batter played alongside India's Cheteshwar Pujara for English county side Sussex recently.
This was also Pujara's 15th double hundred in his first-class career.
Pujara scored 201, while skipper Tom Harris made 243. The pair shared a stand of 351 in 119 overs, a Sussex record for any wicket against Derbyshire.
Indian captain Rohit Sharma, former skipper Virat Kohli and pace-bowling spearhead Jasprit Bumrah are the three players in A+ category.
Pujara and Rahane got out off consecutive deliveries from South Africa's pacer Duanne Olivier on the opening a day of the second Test.
Pujara also felt that the experience of having played in South Africa will also stand them in good stead.
It is not clear if the duo will take field on the fifth day.
Resuming the fourth day on 215/2, India were bowled out for 278.