On the sidelines of the summit on Thursday, Modi held bilateral meetings with Chinese President Xi Jinping, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.
The pleasantries were "usual" in nature and were exchanged when the two Prime Ministers were in the Leaders' Lounge along with leaders of other SCO member countries as per the sources.
According to a schedule, Modi was to meet Rouhani at 3:35 PM (local time) but it was changed as the banquet for the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) leaders got extended.
Pakistan is yet to take 'concrete action' on India’s concerns and create a terror-free atmosphere necessary to facilitate any engagement between the two sides, Modi had earlier told China.
Although Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan was at the dinner, no pleasantries were exchanged between PM Modi and him.
According to sources, Khan and Modi did not exchange pleasantries during the dinner hosted on the sidelines of the two-day summit.
Modi had met Chinese President Xi Jinping, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani here on Thursday.
PM Modi, in a statement before his two-day visit to Bishkek from June 13-14 said that he also plans to meet several leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Pakistan's Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan said an application to seek opening of the airspace was received by the Aviation Division from the Indian High Commission on Monday.
External Affairs Ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar said that the Prime Minister's VVIP aircraft will fly via Oman, Iran and the Central Asian countries on way to Bishkek.
This is the second time after Modi was re-elected to the power that the Pakistani premier has expressed his desire to work together with India for the betterment of their peoples.
Misri said that India and China have been able to build a very mature and stable relationship in the recent years.
Modi would be attending the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit in Kyrgyzstan's capital Bishkek on June 13-14.
In 2014, the leaders of SAARC countries, including the then Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif, were invited for Modi's swearing-in.