Rain stopped play with Pakistan on 44-2 in response to India's 356-2 in the Super Four clash of the Asia Cup on Monday's reserve day in Colombo.

Virat Kohli (122) and KL Rahul (111) put on an unbeaten stand of 233 to steer India to a mammoth total after they resumed the day on 147-2 in the 50-over contest, a prelude to their big battle in the upcoming ODI World Cup.

Fakhar Zaman, on 14, and Mohammad Rizwan, on one, were at the crease after the wickets of Imam-ul-Haq (9) and skipper Babar Azam (10).

Only 24.1 overs were possible on Sunday after Pakistan elected to bowl first in their team's second meeting with India, a match which was also washed out due to rain in Pallekele.