Preity Zinta and husband Gene Goodenough
Preity Zinta and husband Gene Goodenough tied the knot on Feb. 28 in Los Angeles. Pictured: Preity Zinta and Gene GoodenoughVarinder Chawla

Putting all speculations to rest, Bollywood actress Preity Zinta tied the knot with long-time beau Gene Goodenough in Los Angeles Feb. 28. Though the wedding was a hush-hush ceremony, there were reports that the actress will throw a grand reception in Mumbai for her Bollywood friends.

The co-owner of an IPL team, Preity is a cricket buff and, thus, celebrated India's win over Pakistan at the ICC World T20 2016 match by playing with colours. The actress shared a collage, in which she is seen playing Holi to celebrate India's victory with husband Gene and their friends.

Apparently, this is the first picture of Preity and Gene after their wedding. "Best way to celebrate the #IndvsPak win is by going to a #holiparty on the #beach #family #friends #fun #la Ting," the actress tweeted.

Preity has not shared their wedding photos and it has also been reported that the couple want to put their wedding images up for auction and the proceeds generated out of these would go towards the Preity Zinta Foundation.

Apart from the collage, Preity later shared her picture, in which she flaunted her wedding choora. "So since u all are asking, the only thing new about being married is having to wear a #Choora for a couple of weeks," she tweeted with the picture.

The wedding was a private affair with only relatives and friends attending it. Preity's friends from the industry, including jewellery designer Farah Khan Ali, Sussanne Khan and socialite-fashion designer friend Surily Goel, attended the wedding.

However, a big reception has reportedly been planned in Mumbai next month. "A big fat Rajput-style reception is being planned in Mumbai for April where Preity will introduce her husband to the film industry. Salman, Sohail and Arbaaz Khan, along with Hrithik Roshan, Bobby Deol, Abhishek Bachchan and other celebrities are on the guest list," a source close to Preity told Mumbai Mirror.