NEW DELHI – When word spread this month that Bollywood planned a movie called “Dear Friend Hitler,” screenwriter Nalin Singh was genuinely shocked it stirred even a small controversy.The media expressed disdain, Jewish groups were horrified and his lead actor — though a bit baffled by the reaction — quit.While such a response would seem, if anything, understated in much of the world, Singh had reason to believe his film would not generate even a ripple of scandal in India.Here, Hitler is not viewed as the personification of evil, but with an attitude of morally ambiguous fascination. He is seen as a management guru — akin to Machiavelli or Sun Tzu — by business students, and an object of wonder by people craving order amid the chaos of India.”Indians still have a curiosity about Hitler. The Western audience has seen a lot of films on Hitler, but there was no Hindi film on him,” says Singh, explaining the choice of subject for his first film.