The current study describes a novel type of hybrid nanofluid that can improve heat transfer rate. The hybrid nanofluid has numerous uses in heat transmission, including medical, transportation, and manufacturing. This paper investigates the heat transmission and flow generated by an ever-increasing expanding nano particles hybrid sheet. Additionally considered are the effects of radiation and magneto hydrodynamics (MHD). The governing Equations are transformed using similarity transformations, and their numerical solutions are determined by employing the Keller Box Method, commonly known as the Implicit Finite Difference Scheme. With enhanced observations of nano particle volume fraction parameters velocity profiles decrease and temperature profile increases. A decrement in velocity profiles is noted for enhanced observations of Magnetic parameter. Numerical values of local parameters are computed and compared with existing literature and the results are found to be good and in agreement with previous literature.