Gramaphone is director Kamals new film set against the Jewish background of Mattancherry in Fort Kochi. Jews have all migrated to Israel from Kochi, and there are hardly a handful of old and weak people still surviving there. Still some of the young Jews visit Kochi often, mainly to get married. Gregory (Janardhanan), an old Jew and his daughter Sarah (Revathi) and granddaughter Jeniffer (Meera Jasmine) live together. Gregory still dreams of going back to Motherland Israel and is hoping that somebody from there will come one day to marry Jeniffer.
In the Jewish street Sachidanandan (Dileep) runs an antique shop that specialises in selling old Gramaphone records. Sachis close friend is Jeniffer, Luyi uncle, Saigal Yousuf, Bhaskarettan and others. Sachis father was a great music director who died leaving him with a lot of musical instruments and some gramaphone records, which nobody wants. Sachi hates music, as he believes that his father has not made any money out of it. Aryadevi, a famous singer, who has been given her first break by Sachis father Raveendran comes to Kochi from Bombay with her daughter Pooja (Navya Nair). They stay in a hotel where Jennifer works in the housekeeping department. Pooja and Jennifer become friends and she introduces the mother and daughter to Sachi. Jennifer has a soft corner for Sachi who is unable to express his love for her. Meanwhile Pooja slowly starts falling in love with Sachi. Then the news come that a young Israeli soldier is coming down from Jerusalem, after seeing a photograph of Jeniffer. The old man Gregory is delighted that now at least he and his family can go back to motherland. But there is a twist in the tale as the triangular love story reaches its climax.
The film has seven super hit songs tuned by Vidyasagar from Grish Puttancherrys lyrics. Sukumar is the cameraman of this film and Jewish costumes have been designed by award winning designer Satheesan. Kamal directs this offbeat triangular love story produced by Sargam Kabeer.