Binary poly(vinylidene fluoride)/silicon carbide (PVDF/SiC) composites and its graphite nanosheets (GN) doped ternary hybrids were fabricated using simple solution mixing and hot compression molding process. The dielectric behavior of such hybrids was studied over a wide frequency range. Additions of graphite nanosheets with their concentrations close to the percolation threshold were found to be very effective to enhance the dielectric permittivity of PVDF/SiC system. The dielectric constant for PVDF/SiC/GN 80/20/2 system was ~ 200, being twenty times higher than that of neat PVDF. Furthermore, the dielectric behavior of such hybrid displayed strong frequency dependence.