The addressed work explains SWCNT (Single walled carbon nanotubnes) and MWCNT (Multi walled carbon nanotubnes) nanofluid flow under the influences of temperature dependent viscosity and mixed convection. Comparative study of SWCN-T and MWCNT suspended in base liquid is presented. Further heat and mass transfer are addressed for nanofluid effected by radiation, heat generation/absorption and diffusion species. Mathematical development of problem is taken in cylindrical coordinates. System of highly nonlinear differential equations are constructed via appropriate transformations. The system of equations are tackled numerically by bvp4c MATLAB solver. The findings of the study show that volume fraction contributes to decline the fluid flow by cylindrical shaped nanoparticles. In addition, fluid flow decelerates via curvature and magnetic parameters while it boots by Grashof number and volume fraction. Further more, temperature dependent viscosity variable corresponds to decrease the temperature close to the surface and it develops away from the surface. The temperature advances in MWCNT-liquid than SWCNT-liquid. Volume fraction and magnetic parameters correspond to skin friction coefficient enhancement. Heat transfer rate increases for larger curvature and heat generation parameters and reverse trend holds against radiation parameter.