Mohsin Hamid is a Pakistani writer and advisor. His subsequent novel, The Reluctant Fundamentalist, was extensively acclaimed. This Paper discusses the issue of hybridity and personality fight as experienced by the fundamental character of the novel, Changez. He might be a Pakistani who moves on from Princeton University and joins a top of the line valuation firm in America. This paper examines the issue from a postcolonial perspective. Changez battles to stay in the middle of, yet his individual, social and political experiences lead him to require a troublesome anyway foreseen decision.