Mobile Ad-hoc Network (MANET) is the self organizing collection of mobile nodes. The communication in MANET is done via a wireless media. Ad hoc wireless networks have massive commercial and military potential because of their mobility support. Due to demanding real time multimedia applications, Quality of Services (QoS) support in such infrastructure less networks have become essential. QoS routing in mobile Ad-Hoc networks is challenging due to rapid change in network topology. In this paper, we focused to reduce flooding performance of the Fisheye State Routing (FSR) protocol in Grid using ns-2 network simulator under different performance metrics scenario in respect to number of Nodes. For example, the connection establishment is costly in terms of time and resource where the network is mostly affected by connection request flooding. The proposed approach presents a way to reduce flooding in MANETs. Flooding is dictated by the propagation of connection-request packets from the source to its neighborhood nodes. The proposed architecture embarks on the concept of sharing neighborhood information. The proposed approach focuses on exposing its neighborhood peer to another node that is referred to as its friend-node, which had requested/forwarded connection request. If there is a high probability for the friend node to communicate through the exposed routes, this could improve the efficacy of bandwidth utilization by reducing flooding, as the routes have been acquired, without any broadcasts. Friendship between nodes is quantized based on empirical computations and heuristic algorithms. The nodes store the neighborhood information in their cache that is periodically verified for consistency. Simulation results show the performance of this proposed method.