New Delhi: Despite the absence of Brendon McCullum, there is no dearth of big hitters in the current New Zealand side.
With the likes of Corey Anderson and Martin Guptill, this Kiwi side can blast any opposition attack on their day.
However, there is another player in the NZ ranks who can do as much damage as Anderson and Guptill.
Colin Munro was star of the show in NZ's first warm-up game at the Wankhede Stadium on Thursday.
The left-hander smashed 67 off 34 balls with seven sixes to power the BlackCaps to a 74-run win.
The 29-year-old has been in scintillating form in 2016.
His last four T20I scores read: 36 (26), 50* (14), 56* (27) and 4 (3).
"He's a hell of a player," Anderson on Thursday was quoted as saying by Stuff.co.nz
Munro gets his runs at a very quick rate and has the ability to play a big knock under pressure.
While majority of the focus will be on the likes of Kane Williamson, Guptill and Anderson, Munro could grab all the headlines at the tournament.