New Delhi, Jan 25 (ANI): US President Barack Obama while addressing a joint statement with PM Narendra Modi, said that US and India's strong personal friendship reflects warmth and affection between people of both the nations. He also said that the friendship also reflects the values shared by the two nations as former colonies and as two great democracies. The US President said he and Indian Prime Minister Modi shared notes on how much sleep they get, and revealed that 'Modi gets lesser sleep'. He also said that the reason behind over enthusiasm in Modi is that he is new at his office and also went on to say that with more years pass by, the prime minister may get more hours spared for sleeping. Replying to a question about what the two leaders discussed during their meeting earlier in the day, Obama said it was not possible to reveal the content of their talks.