This article aims to explore the mathematical and computational communication of transverse magnetic field interaction to stagnation point viscoelastic nanofluid flow over convectively heated stretching surface accompanied with a heat source, magnetohydrodynamics, and viscous dissipation. The mathematical framework is established for mass conservation, momentum, energy conservation, and concentration of nanoparticles is implemented. The constitutive nonlinear partial differential flow expressions are reduced by utilizing compatible similarity transformations. The non-dimensionless flow laws of (PDEs) are changed into nonlinear dimensionless governing ordinary differential flow laws and then the bvph2 numerical technique is employed for its solution. The consequences of innumerable governing flow parameters are explicitly deliberated and plotted graphically. The physical such as drag force and heat transfer rate are taken into the account and evaluated accordingly. To confirmed the legitimacy and reliability of the upcoming numerical results were compared with homotopic solution (HAM) and an outstanding promise was perceived.