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Jennifer Lawrence mouthing 'If I don't win I'm leaving' at Golden Globes is Kareena Kapoor's forever mood

We all know how sassy Kareena Kapoor can get and love her for it. The actress has time and again proved that she is quite the real-life extension of her character Poo from Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham. Kareena is unabashed and unapologetic about her moods and opinions, and her fans love that aspect of her personality. 

On Monday, the 'Jaane Jaan' star took to social media to express another one of her moods. Sharing a meme of actress Jennifer Lawrence from the 2024 Golden Globe Awards, Kareena Kapoor wrote, "Forever mood."

In the video, the No Hard Feelings star was seen mouthing to a camera, "If I don't win, I'm leaving", after her name was announced among the six nominees for best performance by a female actor in a motion picture - musical or comedy. The sentiment seemed to really resonate with Kareena, who shared the video on her Instagram Story. 

The meme became one of the most popular ones on the internet as several other users also shared it. 

Jennifer was nominated for her role in No Hard Feelings alongside Fantasia Barrino (for The Color Purple), Margot Robbie for Barbie, Natalie Portman for May December, Alma Poysti for Fallen Leaves and Emma Stone, Poor Things, who won.

Although Emma Stone was announced as the award's winner, Lawrence, 33, did not appear dismayed as she jokingly threatened. Instead, Lawrence threw her hands in the air and appeared to say "Mother!" as she joined in on the chorus of cheers as Stone, 35, accepted the Golden Globe for her performance in Poor Things.

Stone and Lawrence have been friends for years and owe their longstanding relationship to Woody Harrelson, who worked with Stone in 2009's Zombieland and later worked with Lawrence on the 2010s Hunger Games movies, reported People.

In addition to Stone's win for Poor Things on Sunday, she was also nominated for her performance in the Showtime television series The Curse. The nominations marked Stone's seventh and eighth acting nods at the Golden Globes. She previously won at the awards ceremony in 2018 for her performance in La La Land, the same year she won Best Actress at the Academy Awards.

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