Rohinton Mistry's novels are thought provoking, captivating and uniquely uncommon in subject matter. He delves into the psyche of his characters and unravels questions of identity, race, religion, nationality, ambiguity, acceptance, rejection and so much more. More importantly, his work is fertile with postcolonial themes that bring new meaning to the accepted notions of nationhood, culture, race and identity. His marginalised characters are real or realistic in every sense of the word and exude unequivocal truthfulness in their ambiguity. This book aims to investigate and articulate the voice of the minority categories of society in the works of Rohinton Mistry and their roles in the questions of postcolonial literature.