Learning Django MVC and the way I thought of it is:
Models are the database tables represented in Django as Python classes.
Views are the HTML returned from function in views.py.
Controllers are the actual functions themselves in views.py invoked from a HTTP request.
However I read on Wikipedia (at the time of writing):
... a regular-expression-based URL dispatcher ("Controller").
I would have thought the mapping of URLs to functions as routing - not the controller. But perhaps I am wrong - I guess I got my ideas because is ASP MVC the functions that handle the requests are contained in classes called Contollers...