A man fires a rifle for many years. And he goes to war.
And afterwards he comes home, and he sees that whatever else he may do with his life - build a house, love a woman, change his son’s diaper - he will always remain a Jarhead.
And all the Jarheads killing and dying, they will always be me. We are still in the desert.”
-Jarhead (2005) - ending quote
I agree. Afghans shouldn't be wearing saris but the anarkali/salwar kameez (mughal origin) has cultural significance and history in southern afghanistan though.