Organic molecules perform key functions in nature, drug, and technology. It plays as the engine for understanding structure and reactivity. This science has found application in the production of molecules of commercial interest; in the construction of newer pharmacological active therapeutic agents derived from rational drug design, into synthesize complex natural molecules, in the finding innovative approaches to render this chemical science more efficient.1 The role played by organic chemist in pharmaceutical industry continues to be one of the main drivers in the drug discovery process. However, the precise nature of the role is undergoing a visible change, not only because of the new available to the synthetic and medicinal chemists, but also in several key areas, particularly in drug metabolism and chemical toxicology, as chemists deal with the ever more rapid turnaround of testing data that influences their day-to-day decision. Objective of medicinal chemistry is to design and production of compounds that can be used in medicine for prevention, treatment and cure of human or animal disease.