Oru Bolivian Diary 1995, set in a tribal habitat deep down the jungle, is about a North Indian Maoist leader Chaukidar (Samuthirakani) who comes to Wayanad to spread his doctrines among the local tribes. They assassinate policemen, and a tribal youth Chinnan (Asif Ali) tries to protect Chaukidar from police. Though Chinnan is apprehended, interrogated and eliminated, Chaukidar remains at bay, continuing to spread his influence. It is shown that Chaukidar is inspired by the book The Bolivian Diary of Ernesto Che Guevara written by Che Guevara. These events are narrated by police inspector Narain, to reporter Indumathi (Ananya) 15 years after the incident. It is finally revealed that Indumathi is also a supporter of Maoism, inspired by the same book which influenced Chaukidar.