After Ravichandran Ashwin fell, Washington Sundar played a few shots and completed his first half-century of the season.
The day-night match between India and Bangladesh will be played at the Eden Gardens from November 22 to 26.
Paceman Mohammed Shami claimed four wickets as Bangladesh were bowled out for 213 in the final session of play.
Having not played a single game with the pink ball till now, Ashwin is still getting adjusted to the colour, which, at times, looks more orange than pink.
There was no Jasprit Bumrah but Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma and Umesh Yadav were ruthless and unplayable as Bangladeshi batsmen danced to their tunes and were skittled out for just 150.
India's slip fielding was below-par on the day with Ashwin paying the price for Rahane's twin bloopers in the slip cordon that gave Rahim and Mahmudullah Riyad (10) reprieve.
He picked the wicket of captain Mominul Haque to register his 250th wicket.
Mohammed Shami, Umesh Yadav and Ishant Sharma are expected to be more than a handful during the series but Mithun seemed more wary about the Ashwin-Jadeja threat.
Director Shiva Ganesh, whose sole duty was to keep the soul of the crime thriller intact, has also faithfully followed Karthick’s intriguing narrative style.
Besides Suchith, KXIP had also asked Delhi for New Zealand pacer Trent Boult as part of the Ashwin trade-off but that did not materialise.
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Wadia had last month said that the KXIP board had a re-think on Ashwin and decided to retain the premier India spinner following the appointment of Anil Kumble as head coach.
Ashwin, who had captained the KXIP for two seasons without much success, was supposed to join Delhi Capitals.
The Crazy Star will not be accompanied by a heroine in the murder mystery, nor the film will feature colourful songs, says director Shiva Ganesh
Chahal would be hoping to reclaim his place if he gets to play in India's first T20I against Bangladesh on Sunday.