Lauded for her roles in films like “Dil Se…”, “Kal Ho Naa Ho”, “Veer-Zaara”, “Salaam Namaste”, had decided not to continue her journey in the Hindi film industry after her marriage to Gene Goodenough. But the actress says her husband pushed her back into doing films. Preity, who will be seen in “Bhaiyyaji Superhitt”, considers herself lucky to have such a life partner. Asked how she juggles between her personal and professional life, Preity said here in response to a question by IANS: “I am happy and lucky that I am married to somebody who pushed me back into doing a movie… Because I thought I don’t want to do any more films and I moved to the business side of life.” According to the actress, the toughest job in the world is to be a housewife. “Because you get no appreciation and you have to work 24×7 and you never get time off. So people like us, who are professionals, we get that kind of gratitude from our work space. I think women in general are super women, because they always do two jobs. If they are married, they take care of home and on professional front they work.” She married Goodenough last year. Preity looked radiant here as she walked as a showstopper for Assam-based designer Sanjukta Dutta’s label Mekhela Chador at the Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2017. She sported a black mekhla, beautifully embroidered with red, orange and yellow threads and gold prints. Preity wore minimal make-up and left her hair open with subtle beach curls.