Since this is General Questions, it might be better to stick to facts, rather than presenting highly disputed opinions as though they are facts.
OT, but in reply:
The famine was caused mainly by the Japanese occupying Burma and cutting off rice imports to India, which were needed due to crop failures. Even reading through the Wikipedia article on the famine, you can see that it was a far more complex event than people generally imagine.
Far from being indifferent, Churchill made great efforts to relieve the famine - even at the cost of the war effort.
From a personal letter from Churchill to Wavell, Oct 1943:
“The hard pressures of world-war have for the first time for many years brought conditions of scarcity, verging in some localities into actual famine, upon India. Every effort must be made, even by the diversion of shipping urgently needed for war purposes, to deal with local shortages.”
Churchill made many efforts to relieve the famine. He even asked Roosevelt for help with transporting food supplies to India.
Churchill to Roosevelt, Apr 1945:
*"I am seriously concerned about the food situation in India….Last year we had a grievous famine in Bengal through which at least 700,000 people died. This year there is a good crop of rice, but we are faced with an acute shortage of wheat, aggravated by unprecedented storms….By cutting down military shipments and other means, I have been able to arrange for 350,000 tons of wheat to be shipped to India from Australia during the first nine months of 1944. This is the shortest haul. I cannot see how to do more.
I have had much hesitation in asking you to add to the great assistance you are giving us with shipping but a satisfactory situation in India is of such vital importance ... that I am impelled to ask you to consider a special allocation of ships to carry wheat to India from Australia….We have the wheat (in Australia) but we lack the ships."*
Roosevelt flatly refused.