Preity Zinta is currently holidaying in Cusco- Peru with her husband Gene Goodenough, whom she has nicknamed ‘Pati Parmeshwar’ on social media. She recently gave fans a glimpse of their outing and it looked like all things fun.

Dressed in a black sweater and matching pants with colourful stripes, she posed with Gene who sported a black sweater with grey trousers.Sharing a hug, she wrote, “Tourist mode #PatiParmeshwar #pztravel #ting” as the caption.
Preity Zinta and Gene Goodenough exchanged vows in a private ceremony on February 29, 2016, in the United States. Since then, Preity has been residing in Los Angeles.Preity has stayed away from films since her marriage and is usually spotted in India mostly during the IPL season as she owns a stake in Kings XI Punjab team. She was recently also spotted in Dubai where the players auction for IPL was undergoing and she made fans go gaga with her style. At 48, fans felt that the actress was ageing like fine wine.
Few weeks ago Preity had also released a video wherein she clarified that her name was never Pritam Singh. Narrating the backstory, she said that during the shooting of Soldier, Bobby Deol began calling her Pritam Singh and since then the name has stuck to her. But her real name is Preity Zinta and was never Pritam Singh Zinta which she changed to enter the movies.

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