Fans staged demonstrations against Kean and the Indian owners after Saturday's 4-0 defeat by Manchester City left Blackburn 19th in the Barclays Premier League.
Feeling the heat: Blackburn Steve Kean receives flowers after touching down in India for the club's exhibition match
The players arrived to a warm welcome, however, on the sub-continent ahead of their exhibition match against local side Pune FC.
Although Venky's claimed Kean was unsackable in January, they will use the club's tour to Pune to assess the problems.
Glad all Rover: Blackburn players are greeted by locals at Pune airport after touching down in Inida
Rovers co-owner Venkatesh Rao said: 'I've spoken to Steve and we are working on our weak points. We will sit down this weekend and have a very big discussion.
'My sister, my brother and I are going to have a long chat and come out with some kind of action.
All smiles: Defender Christopher Samba soaks of the adulation from Blackburn's supporters in India
'It's a moment of sadness and the fans have every right to share their feelings. We are with them. We feel bad about the whole thing. We'd like to see some winning moments.
Making their feeling known: Blackburn fans protest
'The responsibility is not only on the club but equally ours as owners. We treat the club like a family and want to see it running successfully at any cost. We promise the fans that we will deliver results by hook or by crook.'
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