New Delhi: Whenever they come together on screen they create magic and actor Rishi Kapoor says that the chemistry between him and his wife Neetu Singh is like a cycle ride.

Neetu-Rishi made a brief appearance in Saif Ali Khan and Deepika Padukone starrer 2009 film 'Love Aaj Kal', but the 2010 film 'Do Dooni Chaar' was their first film as a lead pair, after a gap of 30 years.

"Our connection is like cycle ride. Once you learn to ride a cycle you never forget it ever. The same way although we worked together after 30 years, we didn't feel uncomfortable at all. The moment the camera was on, we got into the groove effortlessly," Kapoor said.

The 58-year-old actor who is known to have a curt demeanour, appeared miffed at the special screening of the National award-winning film in the capital recently and refused to answer any questions regarding his son Ranbir or his upcoming films.

The star said that the appreciation of the government for his film is an icing on the cake.

"Film is an uncertain business. So at the end of the day if risk that we take bears fruit, nothing can get better than that. The appreciation of the audience is very important
but the joy is double when the government of the country also appreciates the hard work we put in our films," he said.

The actor made his debut in 'Mera Naam Joker' as the adorable Raju back in 1970 and ever since he has been working continuously in Hindi films and says that the love and "The claps the whistles are the reason I go in front of the camera. Our family has been in the industry for the past 80 years. Prithviraj Kapoor, Raj Kapoor, me and now my son, Ranbir Kapoor.

Things have changed a lot but the love and adulation that we have been getting is constant," Kapoor said.

The 'Bobby' star also said that shooting in real locations have become far more easier now as compared to the 80's and 90's as the fans have become mature.

"It is much easier to shoot in real locations like Delhi. I remember once me and Neetu had come to the capital for a film shoot but we were not able to shoot because people would create a ruckus. Things have changed now, the audience has become mature and behave a different way with filmstars these days," Kapoor said.

(Agencies)