The 1983 World Cup-winning skipper said that the Indian fans should refrain from creating too much pressure and treat cricket just as another sport.
The former Indian captain also said workload and injury management should be given due care considering the amount of cricket the players are involved in this era.
Kirti Azaad, politician and member of the triumphant 1983 team, took to Twitter to share a video from the flight in which the stars of the team were present.
Kapil's Devils pulled off a 43-run over Clive Lloyd's men at Lord's on June 25, 1983.
The cricketers expressed hope that the wrestlers' grievances will be resolved soon.
The two legends watched the men's singles quarterfinal between Spanish teenager Carlos Alcaraz and Italy's Jannik Sinner.
The trailblazing Indian Premier League is set to be given an extended window in the ICC's next international calendar while England and Australia are also likely to get dedicated slots for their domestic franchise-based leagues.
Kapil feels that Kohli has still got a lot of cricket left in him and pointed out that the talismanic batter has to himself create a way for getting back among the runs.
With players like Deepak Hooda, Suryakumar Yadav, Rishabh Pant and Shreyas Iyer in the mix, it is getting tougher for Kohli to own a place in the Indian T20 playing eleven.
The India team, led by Kapil Dev, did the unthinkable at Lord's on June 25, 1983, defeating the mighty West Indies by 43 runs to make history.