Hitler seems to be perceived in India and in Turkey as fundamentally a positive figure.
“Decisive action by the leaders of the Turkish Jewish Community mobilized national and international public opinion against the shockingly offensive use of Hitler imagery for commercial purposes,” said David Harris, executive director of the American Jewish Committee. “And in short order, the company responsible for this outrage reversed course.”Turkish Jewish community leaders credited leading Turkish newspapers, including Milliyet and Hurriyet, with rallying public criticism of the commercial, and expressed gratitude for supportive commentary in news media and by Jewish organizations around the world, according to AJC. [Jewish Journal, 27 March 2012]
Hitler Didi, which debuted on 7 November 2011, still airs, but on 6 December as a result of organized Jewish pressure the name of the show was changed to General Didi — but only for marketing in the United States. In the rest of the world the show is still called Hitler Didi.
Apparently organized Jewish pressure is much less effective in India than in the United States or Turkey.