This paper aims to present a rare case report of bilateral pseudoaneurysm secondary to condylar fracture and its management with a brief review of literature. A patient of age 19 years with alleged history of road traffic accident presented 6 weeks lately to our department with slow growing swelling in right preauricular area. History revealed bilateral condylar fracture with right parasymphysis fracture of mandible for which patient underwent maxillomandibular fixation for 4 weeks. The diffuse swelling in preauricular region showed positive signs of pulsation and audible bruit. Ultrasonography and contrast-enhanced computed tomography suggested the bilateral presence of vascular anamoly from the terminal branches of external carotid artery. Diagnostic angiography confirmed presence of pseudoaneurysm at the bifurcation of the internal maxillary artery and superficial temporal artery (STA) on right side whereas on the left side it was at proximal STA. Bilateral endovascular coil and gel foam embolization was done and thrombosis was confirmed with high frequency ultrasound on fourth postintervention day. The swelling completely resolved in a period of 1 month with no evidence of recurrence in the following 2-year follow-up period. Routine investigation revealed presence of pseudoaneurysm on left side which was completely without any clinical signs as repoterd by many cases of condylar fracture in the literature review. Pseudoaneurysm may remain silent and are exposed intraoperatively with massive bleeding which causes significant morbidity. Hence, prompt diagnosis and management is essential to avoid unexpected complication perioperatively.