Superficial Femoral Artery (SFA) aneurysm - RupturedIsolated aneurysms of superficial artery are less common. When this happens in the rural villages these people get access to the vascular centers very late and there are some complications associated with it. This is a case of SFA aneurysm which has ruptured and presented to us very late. We operated this patient under the Rajiv Aarogyasri scheme. A vein graft was interposed to repair the SFA (proximal saphenous vein). Post operative out come uneventful. Pulses were palpable and there were no aneurysms at the other sites. This patient received two antiplatelet drugs in the post operative period and advised to continue them for 6 months. Some surgeons may be using only one antiplatelet drug such as Tablet Aspirin 75 mg or 150 mg once daily.