"Ross Taylor's wicket pleased me the most," Bhuvneshwar said after the end of the day's play at the Eden Gardens here.
The 26-year-old Uttar Pradesh pacer returned figures of 5/33, cleaving through New Zealand's batting and propelling India to an advantageous position on Day Two of the second Test.
Drafted into the side in place of Umesh Yadav keeping in mind the grass on the Eden pitch, Bhuvneshwar grabbed the opportunity with both hands.
Asked whether there was any added pressure on him, he said, "There was no extra pressure on me. I am happy with the way I bowled. The pitch had a lot for the bowlers and I exploited that."
Later at the press conference after the end of the day's play, Indian wicket-keeper Wriddhiman Saha lauded Bhuvneshwar's efforts.
"He bowled beautifully. The wicket assisted bowlers and I thought the way he went about his job was exceptional. Even (Mohammed) Shami, Ash (Ravichandran Ashwin), Jaddu (Ravindra Jadeja) bowled well," Saha said.