Bilateral Breast Carcinoma (BBC) is a rare disease and incidence of synchronous breast carcinoma is about 2-5% of all breast malignancies. It is much less than metachronous breast carcinoma. Synchronicity/ metachronicity are usually associated with local and lymphatic spread and with blood–borne spread to lungs, bones and liver. Moreover BBCs are mostly lobular carcinomas but we report a rare case of Infiltrating Ductal Carcinoma (IDC) affecting both breasts. Breast self-examination can help in early detection of mass in contralateral breast. Imaging screening can be done with the help of mammography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). MRI have a greater sensitivity compared to Mammography. As incidence is less, so, there are no clear treatment guidelines for bilateral breast cancer. Early diagnosis and proper treatment help to enhance the longitivity and quality of life.