Pullan family from India is about to enter the Guinness Book of Records for being the largest albino family in the world. As long as albinism affects around one in 17,000 people, it is the unique occasion that there’s a family of seven persons who all share this condition.
The Pullans live in a one-bedroom flat in Delhi and due to their unusually fair complexion are often called "angrez" (which means "English") by their neighbors.
Apart from the lack of melanin pigment, albinism often brings the shortsightedness, so all the members of Pullan family can’t see properly and are extremely vulnerable to the direct sunlight. Nevertheless, the Pullans enjoy their lives and are looking forward to global recognition as the unique family.